The Story of an Hour Essay | Analysis and Symoblism in "The Story of an Hour"

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Analysis and Symoblism in "The Story of an Hour"

Summary: In the poem "The Story of an Hour" by Kate Chopin, a woman feels freed from her role as a wife until this freedom is quickly taken away from her.
In the Woods are related to each other through various similarities. Both describe a woman with despair and misery. Kate Chopin had experienced the same situation that was told in the short story. They also portray a situation that women go through and in many cases that they never get out of. Through the metaphor of color and the use of literary technique and images portrayed a sense of elation and a subtle depression.

The portrait of the woman alone in the woods shows her standing their in solitude. The look in her face is of a type of contemplation. It is hard to determine whether it is a sad or happy inspiration or maybe both. Mrs. Mallard she instantly cried with sudden desertion and went off into the room all alone. Both women are alone in these examples. When Mrs...

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