Jane Wallpaper Conclusion

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Register to read the introduction… Through actual analysis of the wallpaper a parallel could be drawn to Jane's life. Every aspect of the wallpaper bothered Jane. The actual color of the wallpaper drove her crazy. Jane said that "the color is repellent, almost revolting; a smoldering unclean yellow, strangely faded by the slow-turning sunlight." The color yellow usually represents anxiety and maybe that was what made her disapprove. Along with the color, the pattern on the wallpaper was very confusing. None of the lines had connections between them. Just like in Jane's life the lines had no order. She found herself spending most of her time trying to place a connection between the lines, hoping that by placing a connection with the lines, she could put her life back …show more content…
As the story progressed, Jane began seeing more and more women inside the wallpaper. This particular vision demonstrates all the visions and thoughts running through her mind. As time passes, Jane becomes more comfortable with herself and what she thinks. This allows her to free herself and for her to think exactly what is in her head without worrying about the consequences. Along with noticing the women inside the paper, she realized that the lines were going in strange directions. Once analyzed the lines on the wallpaper seemed to be committing suicide, "when you follow the lame uncertain curves for a little distance they suddenly commit suicide." The suicidal lines represented how Jane's life was heading towards her own violent outcome. The wallpaper was very representative of how Jane's life is in the present moment and maybe in the time to come. The thoughts of suicide were starting to consume her …show more content…
When being restricted to a little boy's nursery and that room having numerous defects, which could cause a woman to become ill. The actual illness was compared to all the disunity and problems with the yellow wallpaper and consumed the entire room. Jane's illness got progressively worse the more time she spent in that room. Finally once a person has become isolated for a long period of time it would be hard to re-connect with society. Instead of trying to become a member of society again Jane recognized that she had a problem and embraced that

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