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The Yellow Wallpaper, and, What Diantha Did
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Instructions for requesting an electronic text on behalf of a student with disabilities are available here. A resourceful heroine, Diantha quickly expands her business into an enterprise that includes a maid service, cooked food delivery service, restaurant, and hotel. In her introduction to the novel, Charlotte J.
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What Diantha Did Author s: An outspoken, bold woman with strong beliefs, Gilman served as a role model for future generations of feminists. Over the course of her life she wrote many pieces of fiction and non-fiction, short stories, and poetry.
Written in a first-person narrative, the story is a collection of journal entries by a woman who is slipping into a deep depression. The unnamed narrator and her husband are spending the summer at a colonial mansion where her he believes she should take time to rest and recuperate after the birth of their child.
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Read an excerpt from Women and Economics. Herland is the story of an isolated utopian society composed entirely of asexual women. The book explores the social construct of gender roles and how it is viewed as unchangeable by both genders. The story is told from the perspective of three male sociology students who are embarking on a journey to find a rumored mysterious society populated only by women. The men find themselves held captive by the women, but are treated well and assigned tutors to assist them in learning their language.
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