Better Find Your Loving Essay

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Better Find Your Loving
Restraints are set by parents on their children to aid with the developmental process and help with the maturity level. Restrictions and the ability to control are present in our society and our lives. We encounter restraints daily: job, doors, people, and the most frequently used and arduous become intangible. In the following stories we are seen both the tangible and intangible scenarios. The Autonomy, desires and talents spurned by the husbands in John Steinbeck’s “The Chrysanthemums and Charlotte Gilman’s “The Yellow Wallpaper.” The authors are of opposite sexes who share views regarding a similar theme of male domination and imprisonment. “The Yellow Wallpaper” involves the treatment of a depressed woman who
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She is seeking for attention and becomes interested to leave her mundane life when she meets the tinker. She is desperate to reach out and experience some form of human connection. She perceives the tinker as a sign of escape and a symbol of freedom. Similarly, “The Yellow Wallpaper” symbolizes the trapped narrator with an urgency to escape as she is imagining a hallucinogenic image of herself. Like Elisa, the narrator finds a task that would keep her boredom away as “life is very much more exciting than it used to be” (443). By staring at the wallpapers pattern constantly all day, she is no longer bored. In addition, the narrator believes that in order to escape she must free the woman behind the wallpaper. The narrator turns insane by invasion the woman in the wallpaper and trying to escape. The narrator is imprisoned and the bothersome patter of the yellow wallpaper begins to straighten out to her. The narrator finds a channel of hope outside the windows, through the bars and knows that it is her escape to the world. She wants to leave the room and depart into the real world. Both Elisa Allen and the narrator feel a need, a desire to help an outsider to release ones self. Male dominance is evident in both Elisa’s and the narrator lives and how it leads to different outcomes. Both have husbands who believe they know the best for their wives and their needs. With negative attitudes

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