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Is the sex of the reader/character epistomologically significant in "The Yellow...
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I edited the question as I understood its meaning. The answer is yes, the sex of the reader/character can be of importance. "The Yellow Wallpaper" is a story that has quite often been used by feminists to illustrate the collapsing of fact and fiction. Below is a link to my answer explaining how Gilman used the story to argue for a different approach to depression or mental health for women. The story is very gender specific and based a particular view of a female nature. Since it is directly related to Gilman's experience as a women it may speak to different audiences differently ( this is not to say however that men should not read it or lack the capacity to understand it, quite to the contrary).
Posted by litelle209 on October 17, 2010 at 3:01 AM (Answer #1)
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