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We all change through our lives we grow up things happen and we move on This is part of our characterization who we are and who we will become In the story The Yellow wallpaper by Charlotte Gilman we see a lot of characterization in all of the characters but mainly in the narrator she has a physiological problem that makes her change a lot but there were mainly three things she changed the most First she changed her perspective about the house at the beginning she thought it was pretty but as we kept reading her opinion changed second her psychological problem makes her change a lot through out the whole story she wants everybody to think is really sick to manipulate them but then we see a change last when we start reading she describes her husband as careful and loving but at the end we find out she becomes scared of him The characterization of the narrator lets us discover three very important aspects on how she changes through out the whole storyFirst she changes her mind about the house as the story goes on When the narrator gets to the house she questions the house Why would it be so cheap being in a nice area Is it haunted Page 956 She thinks it looks weird but at the same time she says it is beautiful she describes the beautiful garden she can see from her window There is a delicious garden I never saw such a garden large and shady page 956 and believes this house could help her physiological problem When she gets to her room which used to be a nursery she changes her point of view she hates it and wishes they had a room downstairs with the pretty flowers but there were no windows and they could not fit two bed for her and her husband she describes the room as ugly and old mostly because
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