Analysis Of The Movie ' The Great Gatsby '

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At the end of the movie “The Great Gatsby”, Leonardo DiCaprio asks, “To live as a monster or die as a good man”? That is a tough question, especially for a female at early 19th country. The Yellow Wallpaper, by Charlotte Perkins Gilman, depicts the miserable life of females under the power of Chauvinism. The narrator and her husband John rent a beautiful house faraway from city. The narrator suffers from what her husband believes a “temporary nervous depression”. She feels uncomfortable with everything, but still obey her husband’s decisions. The husband chooses a large, airy room on the top floor instead of the smaller room on the ground floor that she prefers. She is forbidden to write or work. She becomes absolutely obsessed with the yellow wallpaper in her room. She begins tracing the pattern of the wallpaper. She finds a woman trapped in the wallpaper, then she wants to free the woman. Finally, she strips the wallpaper off then turns to be mad. Both the woman inside the wallpaper and she are free. The narrators miserable life mirrors the Chauvinism is so extreme that the imagined world inside the yellow wallpaper is preferable to reality. Male Chauvinism is the belief that man is superior to women. Males control females and imprison them; and there is no equality between males and females. The husband is a famous doctor; he believes his “Rest cure” is absolutely useful for his wife’s symptom. He never asks his wife’s opinion. The narrator satires, “If a physician of
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