what does the narrator and the girl in the wall have in common
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When the narrator finally identifies herself with the woman trapped in the wallpaper, she is able to see that other women are forced to creep and hide behind the domestic “patterns” of their lives, and that she herself is the one in need of rescue.like the patterns in the wallpaper.
The yellow wallpaper
The longer the narrator is confined to the room, the more she starts to obsess over her surroundings. The yellow wallpaper becomes her obsession....... finding patterns, looking for shapes, until finally the shape of a woman emerges. The woman in the wallpaper isn't real (of course), but her appearance and definition progress as the narrator loses her grip on reality.
The Yellow Wallpaper