1. "The Revolt of 'Mother'" is Mary Eleanor Wilkins Freeman's most wel- known short story. Explain why this short story is so well known.
2. "The Revolt of 'Mother'" is typical of Freeman's stories in what specific way?
3. Does the author let the reader know whether the main character's decision coincides with her own morality? Explain.
4. What does the introduction do for the reader?
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