The main three characters that we see in “The Yellow Wall-paper are the narractor, her husband John and his sister Jennie who acts as a maid to their house. However at the conclusion of the story on page 1695 the narractor replies to the shocked look of her husband upon seeing her “creeping” in the room:
“I’ve got out at last… in spite of you and Jane”
Jane is not a character introduced formally the story. One explanation for this is that is a misstatement of Jennie. I would like to take this one step further and say that maybe Jane is the name of the narrator. Could she be saying that she got out at last, in spite of herself? Could she be saying that she is finally free of her marriage, her society and the efforts to repress her mind? Do you have any other explanations of who is being called to in this quote?