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    An Hour Women

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    "The Story of an Hour" and the Progress of Women of Today In Kate Chopin's writing of "The Story of an Hour," it portrays many different emotions from the main character, Mrs. Mallard. In the story, Mrs. Mallard has a weak heart and when she gets new of her husband's death, she is overcome with all different feelings and emotions. Within in that hour, Mrs. Mallard goes from being distraught to feeling elated and free. In Kate Chopin's "The Story of an Hour," it describes how a woman felt trapped by her husband and how his death set her free, which in turn allowed her to become her own person and to do the things that should wanted to do and achieve. Through the story, Kate Chopin, shows how it is to be oppressed by another being, but to suddenly…

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    An Hour Narrative

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    In the book Story of an Hour, the use of limited narrative allows for us to see and understand what was going on the mind of Louise, while giving hints as to what is going on in the minds of the other characters in relation to Louise and enabling us to come up with a logical conclusion as to how the actions or words of the characters causes the main character to react or behave. In Story of an Hour we see that Louise “…wept at once, with sudden, wild abandonment, in her sister's arms”. In this…

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    An Hour Marriage

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    "The Story of an Hour" is a brief story in which the author Kate Chopin, displays a hopeless point of view of nuptials. Chopin's chief character, Mrs. Mallard experiences the happiness of free will rather than the depression of being alone for the rest of her life after she learns her husband has died in a railroad accident at work. Mrs. Mallard later learns that her husband, Brently, has survived. She sees that every one of her expectations of living freely have been robbed from her. Mrs.…

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    Story Of An Hour

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    The name of this story is “The Story of an Hour.” This book was written by Kate Chopin on April 19, 1894. It was published on December 6, 1894 by Vogue magazine. Kate is considered to have been a forerunner of feminist authors of the 20th century. I believe the intended audience would be women who might feel trapped in their current situations. This story tells about the feelings Mrs. Mallard had toward her husband's death. At first, she was truly upset about his death. After thinking about it,…

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    The Story Of An Hour

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    The setting in "The Story of an Hour" was used to devolp the theme of the story. Louise Mallard is seeing the greatness of spring as she looks out her window. As she focus on the beauty of Spring she gets a feel of the new life it will bring her. The social environment of the story shines light on Mrs.Mallard who had recently discovered her husband has died in an railroad accident. The setting takes place in the 1900's during the day. This story taking place in the nineteenth century where women…

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    An Hour Freedom

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    In The Story of An Hour, Louise Mallard has a sudden and abrupt realization that she is now free, a word that is emphasized many times. She discovers this while upstairs in her room, alone with her own fantasy world. In Kate Chopin’s The Story of An Hour, the newfound realization of individual freedom is shown through the author’s utilization of repetition, setting, and irony. One way Chopin conveys Mrs. Mallard’s realization of freedom is through the repetition of the word “free.” Having Mrs.…

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    Story Of An Hour

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    In the opening of “The Story of an Hour?” by Kate Chopin, we are introduced with the death of Brently Mallard whose wife, who also has heart trouble, is about to hear the saddening news. On the other hand, in the concluding paragraph, the doctors conclude with the wife’s death from heart disease, “of joy that kills”. Therefore what is ironic is the fact that in the end the wife turned out to be dead and not the husband, Mr. Mallard, although throughout the story Chopin made it seem as if the…

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    The Ironic Ending of “The Story of an Hour.” The ending of Kate Chopin’s “The Story of an Hour” is ironic because the doctors do not understand the true reason for Mrs. Mallard’s death. During the time of Mrs. Mallard’s death, wives honored their husbands and were supposed to spend the rest of their lives with them. Mr. Mallard loved her husband but at times she did not. Within that one hour Mrs. Mallard wanted her husband dead so she could live freely. It is clear from the imagery of the story…

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    An Hour Theme Statement

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    Story Of An Hour Essay. My theme statement for “The Story Of An Hour” is freedom. In the story Mrs. Mallard says “Free! Body and soul free!’ Mrs. Mallard means by this statement is that she is finally free from her husband. Mrs. Mallard does not have to take care of Mr. Mallard anymore. In 1894 women did all the housework and took care of the children while the husband worked all day. Another good statement is “ She was drinking in a very elixir of life through that open window.” Mrs…

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    Story Of An Hour Analysis

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    “The Story of an Hour," written by Kate Chopin in 1894, is one of the most popular short stories in literature. “The Story of an Hour” is related to woman’s role in society back in the late 19th century, and the story shows relationship of a wife and husband’s, and freedom for the woman. The main character in the story is named Mrs. Louise Mallard, who seems unhappy with her married life and with her husband Brently, and she has some health issues. Mrs. Mallard health issue leads to death of…

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