The Feminist Movement In Charlotte Gilman's The Yellow Wall-Paper

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The feminist movement began around 1948 to help fight for women's equality. Women fought to change societies perspective about the role they play. They wanted the right to vote, to obtain jobs that only men had work, equal wages, and they just wanted more for themselves. Women at the time were thought to be weaker and perceived as less intelligent than men. In "The Yellow Wall-Paper" written by Charlotte Gilman the short story reveals about the operations (economically, politically, socially, or psychologically) of patriarchy.

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