The “yellow wallpaper”, written by Charlotte Gilman, describes the woman’s position in the late 19 century and it is still happen nowadays. The writer portrays the woman who has mental problem meticulously in order to show how his husband controls a feminism woman who does not have power to fight for it. From the perspective of woman and she escapes from imprisonment to liberate, it emphasizes that women not only need the money, time and space, they have to protect their invention of the power and right in the family and society.
The story happens in a period that women are treated as second rate. The woman lives under his husband’s control after she has mental problem. “He does not believe I am sick” (29), the wife feels that as a physician, both of her husband and brother think she is normal no matter how she says. However, they do not let her to do what she wants to do such as some congenial work. The every word and action from her is controlled by her husband. He looks care his wife as a child more than as an individual. When the wife feels unstable in the moonlight, the husband says to me that “what I felt was a draught, and shut the window” (29). The husband loves her wife but he controls her without listening to her opinion. When she feels uncomfortable, he does not even ask more but only force her to not think about it. “I have a schedule prescription for each hour in the day” (29) illustrates that his husband uses his power to force a woman do what she does not want to do. It also shows that in the latest 19 century, feminism is a serious problem since they do not have power to protect themselves. Even they want to fight for the equality of women and men, they are lack of strength. ”Feminism isn’t about making women stronger. Women are already strong. It is about changing the way the world perceives that strength”, says from G.D Anderson. According to the wife, the house is a cage which makes her...