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While having read The Yellow Wallpaper by Gillman I have realized that much is to be said about early roles of women and how psychology tied into them The hardships of the lives of women were not dwelled upon as if it were a mans life Most if not all of the females of this era had specific gender roles that were followed The time period that this story was written in didnt particularly have many free roaming women most especially if there was marriage involved In the story the husband John displayed his sense of dictatorship by not allowing his wife to write or by not allowing her to make her own decisions The story showed this woman as if she were helpless trapped in a world that her every move was guided This could be the situation for most women of this timeThe society of this time played a huge factor on the influence of how women should be treated Women assumed a certain position and that was one of a housewifeThis for the most part was every married womans job During this time it seemed that there was nothing else to offer to a women besides a place in the kitchen Having individuality and a sense of self-worth is very important in leading a healthy life I feel that Johns wife showed to be quite a strong character after the binds were broke and she could go her own way This was a rare way of breaking the common gender role of this time period and choosing to fallow ones own role I thought that the winding wallpaper was a symbol of what could be seen as an expression of ones own individuality being that the pattern was always changing and different If the pattern can be unique and individual than why couldnt sheIn the movie Death of a Salesman gender role was seen quite a bit This story also took place
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