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Charlotte Perkins Gilman was born in 1860 in Connecticut. Her father left when she was young and Gilman spent the rest of her childhood in poverty. As an adult she took classes at the Rhode Island School of Design and supported herself financially as a tutor, painter and artist. She had a short marriage with an artist and suffered serious postnatal depression after the birth of their daughter. In 1888 Gilman moved to California, where she became involved in feminist organizations. In California, she was inspired to write and she published The Yellow Wallpaper in The New England Magazine in 1892. In later life she was diagnosed with breast cancer and died by suicide in 1935.

Early works of American feminist literature

Virago Modern Classics

Pavillons poche

Macmillan Collector's Library

The Greatest Ghost and Horror Stories Ever Written

Penguin Little Black Classics

Collins Classics

Toppbook Wissen

Biblioteca Javier Coy d'Estudis Nord-Americans

Clásicos

3 books to know

Essential Science Fiction Novels

7 short stories for your zodiac sign

7 best short stories - specials

7 best short stories

Contos Estrangeiros Clássicos

Espejo Gótico

Big Book of Best Short Stories

Essential Novelists

7 short stories for your Myers-Briggs type

The Greatest Writers of All Time

The pleasure of reading

Le storie di tutti

Clássicos da literatura mundial

Transgressor@s

Foundations of Feminist Fiction

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Está despojado, el papel, en grandes parches. . . El color es repelente. . . En los lugares donde no se ha desvanecido y donde está el sol, puedo ver una figura extraña, provocadora y sin forma, que parece merodear. . . Basado en las propias experiencias del autor, 'The Yellow Wallpaper'... See more

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