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In addition, women were necessitated to stay righteous and chaste even in marriage, with their conduct staying to be one of simplicity and diffidence. Religious devoutness and obedience were principles that were more secondary elements of the philosophy, although, still, both were brought about and a fragment of the philosophy of true womanhood.
Women were classified as emotional slaves whose beings were bestowed to the well-being of home and family in the persistence of the constancy and steadiness of the society (10). It is going against the grain of the unbelievable tension put forward by men to keep authority that women had to stir up and disconcert. Women struggled to remove the traditional description of womens societal functions from power. They had undermined the philosophy pushed toward them, thereby allowing a reinvention and redefinition that caused the birth of the new womanhood. Gilman, in his short story entitled "The Yellow Wallpaper,” portrayed Gilmans fight to shake off the restraints of the male-dominated society in order to write.
The story is representative of the cult of domesticity, which fastens women to the home and family. The old perception of women as tenders of a husband and children took the plight of womanhood through centuries of struggle brought about by systematic subordination. As in the case of Gilman, women were limited to the established limits that men created. Women are acclimatized to agree to take these restrictions and stay in place, in the private domain; Welter states, “If anyone, male or female, dared to tamper with the complex virtues which made up True Womanhood, he was dammed immediately as the enemy of God, of civilization, and of the Republic” (372). Stepping further than "The Yellow Wallpaper", women disobeyed the tainted and dishonoured authority that men exercised over women, dripped their imprisonment, and made for themselves a new
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