A great work of literature, the product of a questing, burning intellect (Maggie O'Farrell
A collection of writings from Charlotte Perkins Gilman, the most important American feminist of the early twentieth century. Includes the chilling and hugely influential 'The Yellow Wallpaper', which documents the powerless of women in Victorian marriage.
About the Author
Charlotte Anna Perkins (1860-1935) married at the age of twenty-four, but three years later separated from her husband. She was a writer of non-fiction and poetry, an editor, feminist theorist, and most of her work is about the status and oppression of women. She married again in 1900 but committed suicideafter being diagnosed with terminal cancer.