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.
'It is stripped off - the paper - in great patches ...The colour is repellent ...In the places where it isn't faded and where the sun is just so - I can see a strange, provoking, formless sort of figure, that seems to skulk about ...' Based on the author's own experiences, 'The Yellow Wallpaper' is the chilling tale of a woman driven to the brink of insanity by the 'rest cure' prescribed after the birth of her child. Isolated in a crumbling colonial mansion, in a room with bars on the windows, the tortuous pattern of the yellow wallpaper winds its way into the recesses of her mind.
In addition to her masterpiece 'The Yellow Wallpaper', this new edition includes a selection of her best short fiction and extracts from her autobiography.
Bring the age old naval tradition of enjoying a ‘tot’ of Rum as the sun sets over the waters of the tropics to your table. Scotland's wonderfully unique Dark Matter...
Glengoyne Cask Strength Single Malt Scotch Whisky, a pure whisky in its natural state, is paired with our Seville Orange Marmalade. With whisky this good, it is important to us...
Rock Rose Gin, handcrafted in Caithness - the stunningly beautiful and most northerly county in Scotland includes hand foraged botanicals from local cliffs and forests, is combined with Seville oranges,...
A lovely, unusual kraft card featuring a wrap-around drawing of a big old tree, branches spread. * design wraps around both sides of the card * printed on recycled materials...
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