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Barth, Melissa E.”The Yellow Wallpaper.” Masterplots: Short Story Series, Revised Edition. 2004. Literary Reference Center . Web. 26 June 2017 Melissa E. Barth article “The Yellow Wallpaper Masterplots: Short Story Series” focuses mainly around the themes and meanings of the story “The Yellow Wallpaper”.This source was obtained from a reliable source, Literary Reference Center. On her article, Melissa E. Barth states,”The Yellow Wallpaper” is partly autobiographical. Charlotte Perkins Gilman wrote it after she fled from her husband with her infant daughter to California.” In other words Gilman wrote about her own experiences of facing the troubles of women’s right to act and speak for themselves. I find this article useful because it talks about Charlotte Perkins Gilman background and we learn the fact that she can relate to her own writing. Hudock, Amy E. "The Yellow Wallpaper." Masterplots II: Women’s Literature Series (1995): 1-3. Literary Reference Center. Web. 26 June 2017 In this article the author, Amy E. Hudock, talked about the social issues with women maltreatment, mental disorders, and gender roles. The Yellow Wallpaper is made up …show more content…

The writes states, “Mitchell's treatment for breakdowns of the nervous system, and the treatment he prescribed for Gilman, included total bed rest and isolating the patient from family and familiar surroundings.” In other words, Gilma, wrote this story after experiencing the same mental breakdown and issues, just like the main character in the story, Jane. The writer of this article, Rena Korb, might argue that Gilma wrote the story, “The Yellow Wallpaper” to help women going through the same situation. I find this source reliable, and I can use it in my research. In my research I can use Rena Korb different perspective and the background of Gilman’s life that she

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