The Yellow Wall-paper

Q1. What does Charlotte Perkins Gilman’s story “The Yellow Wall-paper” suggest about middle-class women’s place and role(s) in this society? Q2. The narrator of “Everyday Use” tells us that she is uneducated — and the swept yard and other details suggest that she is living in rural Georgia. How would you describe the language in which this narrator tells her story and the language in which the mother and the daughters talk to one another? Compare this choice of language to the narration and dialogue in other stories by African American writers. How would you describe the similarities and differences that you see, and how would you account for them? For more information visit,

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