This can be between 2-3 paragraphs or little over.
Make sure to quote from “The Yellow Wallpaper” and from Feminist Criticism.
Link to story: “The Yellow Wallpaper” by Charlotte Perkins Gilman
According to the section on “Feminist Criticism” from your text (A16-A17), “Like Marxist criticism[…], feminist criticism derives from a critique of a history of oppression, in this case the history of women’s inequality.” Gilman’s “The Yellow Wallpaper”is often pointed to by critics as one of the most powerful stories displaying a feminist critique of a patriarchal (male-dominated/male-goverened) society. Where do we see this in the story? How does Gilman depict men and women, their relationships and dynamic? How might the story be seen as a feminist critique?