Analysis Of Jane's Situation In Yellow Wallpaper

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Register to read the introduction… Jane moved to a new house with her husband while dealing with depression. John was her absolute everything. She rarely did anything without him and anything she needed, John was on task. However, shortly after their arrival, John’s company became less and less. At times in the day, Jane would speak of needing John or him being away and it was uncertain how long he would be gone. Jane was use to John taking care of her. He did things that were unnecessary and also did things for her she did not insist on and rather did not want at all. The scarcer his appearances became the more Jane was drawn to her baffling room. The peculiar wallpaper then began to grab all her attention. Boredom overtook Jane. She was not allowed to do anything but what she was told and the only thing to entertain her was the mysterious wallpaper. Being so bored had an effect of unstable thoughts on Jane. She was in fact becoming psychotic due to her solitary …show more content…
Her husband John believed she did not need to think about her condition so he thought the best thing would be for the two to move into a beautiful home in the country side that was very private. However, the move was not beneficial. The amount of solitary was damaging to her condition. Jane’s inability to perform normal everyday activities and John’s inattentiveness caused dreadful results. Being isolated in the house for most of the day all alone was unbearable to Jane. While dealing with the hatred towards her room and the horrific wallpaper with the unexplainable pattern, her sickness worsened causing Jane to become …show more content…
Separation and loneliness can send someone into a depressive state, or make them feel crazy. When individuals are by themselves for too long, they start to question their own understanding of reality; who they really are and what the world is really like. People need interaction with other people because it is such a significant part of how they understand the reasons for living. Human beings are naturally curious. Therefore, by drastically reducing the amount of normal social interaction, exposure to the natural world, or experience of different relationships, isolation is emotionally, physically, and psychologically

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