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Free! Body and Soul Free!

Summary: The "Story of the Hour," by Kate Chopin, narrates a brief chapter of an unhappily married woman's life, who, for unknown reasons, has stayed in a repressive relationship for many years. Mrs. Mallard repressed her feelings. But freedom arrives with an unexpected turn of events.

Free! Body and Soul Free!

The "Story of the Hour," by Kate Chopin, narrates a brief chapter of an unhappily married woman's life, who, for unknown reasons, has stayed in a repressive relationship for many years. But freedom arrives with an unexpected turn of events.

Mrs. Mallard repressed her feelings for many years. This is why, when she is given the news of her husband's death, she only cries to her sister, Josephine. However, after being alone in her room, she began to experience a sense of relief and imagines a new life with no one controlling her.

Her feelings were uncontainable and overwhelming. She felt scared, guilty, sad and relieved. What she felt the most deeply, though, was "Free! Body and Soul...Free!"

How bad can a marriage be to get to the point of experiencing relief at the news of your own spouse's...

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