In "The Yellow Wallpaper," what is the relationship between the narrator and her husband?
The narrator is a doctor who although probably filled with good intentions, comes off seeming domineering. He treats his wife almost like a little child. Right off the bat she mentions that "John laughs at me, of course, but one expects that in marriage."He is laughing at her silly ideas about the vacant house they've taken; she tries to blow it off by saying that's just what marriage is like. She is trying to obey and play the role of a "good wife"; already...
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