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Deciding to keep a secret journal, the protagonist starts to fantasise and hide her true thoughts. In order to achieve these liberties, they were females who paved the way and spoke out about these issues to secure equal rights for women. Instead, she highlights that women go insane due to the social and economic conditions imposed and their continuous fight against repression and for individuality.
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Many of the passages concerning the husband can be interpreted as containing sarcasm, a great many contain irony, and several border on parody Johnson In this context, the image of the nailed-down bed becomes perhaps the most understandable symbol in the entire story.
Silas Weir Mitchell. Treichler continues to argue that the wallpaper represents the protagonists Mind, […] unconscious, [and] the "pattern" of social and economic dependence which reduces women to domestic slavery.