The Story of an Hour Essay | Story of An Hour, A Review

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Story of An Hour, A Review

Summary: Examines the novel, Story of an Hour, by Kate Chopin. Explores major themes, including the actuality of self-understanding. Demonstrates how the novel depicts the character's discrepant distinctiveness, which was constrained because of the time period in which they lived.
"The story of an hour" by Kate Chopin is a remarkable actuality of self-understanding. It demonstrates on a women's discrepant distinctiveness, which were constrained because of the time period. Kate Chopin wrote her story in early nineteen hundred when the bond of marriage was resilient. The traditions were more complimentary than the freedom. Louise in this story does not even realize she is dissatisfied with her marriage until she is told her husband has been killed. "The story of an hour" illustrates that the true identity can't be sheltered forever.

Kate Chopin has described this story with many unexpected twist. She astonished the reader by using situational irony in her story, which was the reaction of Louise reaction after her husband died. It amazed the reader; at the same time it sent a message. The message was that many people in our society don't...

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