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Essay | Three Interpretations of "The Story of an Hour"

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Three Interpretations of "The Story of an Hour"

Summary: Three possible interpretations Kate Chopin's "The Story of an Hour," which is about a marriage not entered into because of love.
Readers Response of "The Story of an Hour", a Look at Mrs. Mallard

My belief on marriage is a sacred vow taken by two people which joins them in union. Most people carry the belief that marriage should occur only when two people are in love; although this belief is common it is not always the case and people marry for a variety of reasons such as security. In the short story "The Story of an Hour" Kate Chopin suggests that in the case of Mrs. Mallard and Mr. Mallard, love was not a deciding factor for their reason to get married. Though the response of three readers, one being myself, we will explore the character of Mrs. Mallard and the idea of love in her marriage. Kate Chopin has given little detail about the Mallards and therefore left much to the...

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