Gilbert and Gubar: Did somebody check my wife's foundation?

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"To become literally a house, after all, is to be denied the hope of that spiritual transcendence of the body which, as Simone de Beauvoir has argued, is what makes humanity distinctively human" (Gilber & Gubar 261).

I liked the idea of this section.  I had never thought about the main characters seclusion in her house in quite this way.  It is a striking comparison.

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