• Ayesha Dhurue

The Yellow Wall-Paper by Charlotte Perkins Gilman

That which lies amidst our inner and outer layer of reality is now complete. The Yellow Wall-Paper puts down such ephemeral thoughts next to those that contradict them.

A collection of 3 striking stories, Charlotte invites you to contemplate the thought and feeling of a woman beat down by society. And how such consciousness manifests into fiction. Each story is remarkable, provocative, and spirited. The story judges itself by what is left to unravel between words. The essence of which stays with you in the present moment as you meditate on your relations with the rest of the estranged world.