The Story Of An Hour Theme

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How we see the theme, Life and Death and Innocence and Experience
Some life come or leave this world in everyday. But have we ever think of life and death? I did not think of it until I read two pieces of story, “The Story of an Hour” by Kate Chopin and “Death Knock” by Woody Allen. This two pieces gives me some ideas about life and death, which helps me have a deeply reflection on it.
In “The Story of an Hour”, the main character Mrs. Mallard delivers me a new perspective on how we see on life and death. Usually people will be depressed towards people being dead and be gleeful towards some life is born. However, Mrs. Mallard is glad that her husband was dead in a train accident. She visualizes on her new life since her husband is no longer
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Since she wants to educate the innocence children though visiting there even though she knows that the children can not afford the items in the shop. It is because Miss Moore wants the children understand that every people have their own living style including how they spend their money. Therefore, she hopes bring the children to there can give them a chance to be educated and learn not to be compared with the others. At the end of the story, Sylvia and other children learn the concept of economic inequality. As a result, they would not be skeptical to their identity and their living …show more content…
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