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Charlotte Perkins Gilman (1860-1935)

Charlotte Perkins Gilman.

Charlotte Perkins Gilman: Bibliography of Critical Sources

"The Yellow Wallpaper" site at www.scribblingwomen.org includes an audio drama version of the story, biographical information, a short critical essay, and other materials.
Article by Professor Anne Stiles on the rest cure at http://www.branchcollective.org/?ps_articles=anne-stiles-the-rest-cure-1873-1925 new
Brief biography at Gale/Cengage
An interview (12/26/10) with Helen Lefkowitz Horowitz, author of “Wild Unrest: Charlotte Perkins Gilman and the Making of "The Yellow Wall-Paper.’’
Bibliography of primary works at the Celebration of Women Writers site.
The Charlotte Perkins Gilman Society includes calls for papers, links, and its newsletter.
Brief biography and bibliography at the Charlotte Perkins Gilman conference site.
Study questions on Herland
The Autobiography of a Quack by S. Weir Mitchell (Google Books)
A student site with annotated bibliography by Dr. Jim Wohlpart's students at Florida Gulf Coast University (1998).

Image courtesy of the Celebration of Women Writers site. 

Works Available Online 

(Links updated 11/5/12)

"The Yellow Wallpaper" in its original publication format (page images from New England Magazine, January 1892; illustrations are from this source.)
"Why I Wrote 'The Yellow Wallpaper'" (1913) (New URL)
Herland (Project Gutenberg)
Women and Economics
Our Androcentric Culture, or the Man-Made World
 What Diantha Did
"The Giant Wisteria" (1891) and an introduction by Glynis Carr
Suffrage Songs and Verses (from the Celebration of Women Writers site)
In This Our World (poems) (Google Books

Illustration from the 1892 publication of The Yellow Wallpaper in New England Magazine
Illustration from the 1892 publication of The Yellow Wallpaper in New England Magazine

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