Sedating websters facts and phrases
) You are in for SOME ride, kind of like Barbara's Alligators, we must get her to talk to us about that some day, IN FACT, Barbara, when you get home, I would like for that to be one of our Topic Tuesdays in the Women in Literature, would you mind typing it out for us then?(Barb is on a trip right now TRYING to enjoy herself) ahahahahahginny Ginny, talked to the sister again... I just did a google search on her and found a book called: The Casebook: The Yellow Wallpaper.... Kivo is her friend from the old job at Pepperdine...This experience led her to relocate to California, get a divorce, and leave her daughter in care of her ex-husband.These bold actions were practically unheard of during this time, particularly for women.For example, enter "giraffe" and you'll get back words like "gazellephant" and "gorilldebeest".Enter "south america" and "chess" and you'll get back words like "checkuador". It uses the Datamuse API to find related words, and then finds combinations of these words that pair well together phonetically. All this and more awaits you in our short but enjoyable discusison of The Yellow Wallpaper by Charlotte Perkins Gilman, beginning on November 1, if we have enough people, that is. You'll never look at wallpaper the same again.ginny I've read this story several different times.
Hold on to your various seatbelts (are your tray tables in the upright and locked positions?
What an example of abuse is represented in the Yellow Wallpaper.
The story is a wounderful chronology of how a person is made to go crazy - this is so typical of the protected women where everyone takes part in minimizing a women's needs including her physical needs, so that women themselves learn to please by adapting the role and start on their own to minimize their needs and their health - this author sure has the ability to outline the pattern it takes from mental health to insanity all done it the name of love..is like taking a book like Understanding Verbal Abuse and weaving a story using all the aspects of abuse in the story...
ginny Great story - I've read it and will read it again, although there is no conclusion to it - just speculation and it will be a "choice" or grade "A" (which is better? Interesting that the author had a nervous breakdown! I've started reading the story, there is something of a parallel in the book I'm reading ,"Zelda" , which is about Zelda Fitzgerald, who was constantly in and out of psychiatric hospitals, in several of her letters to F. He doesn't encourage her too much, especially when she writes stories about their life. I love my lively,sparkling lil buggy and it makes my spirits soar.
You could pick every sentence apart and still not have answers, but maybe someone............ Fabulous, Ella, so glad you are here with your sharp mind, we'll enjoy this one, every sentence, as you say, is sooooo intriguing, just the heading alone you could talk over for ages, so glad you will be joining us! He bases many of his short stories and novels on their life, and he considers that "his" material to use since he is the professional writer in the family. However, after reading the narrator's slip into insanity in her "beloved yellow wallpapered room" I hesitate to be quite so carefree. Ghandhi is growing dust, 100 yrs of Soilitude seem just that-- 100 yrs.
Port Manteaux churns out silly new words when you feed it an idea or two.