The Story of an Hour

I need to know the discussion of the dual irony of the last line in The Story of An hour?

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mrs mallard died with joy that kills. at first after hearing that her husband died in a fatal car crash she locked herself in her room and cried. but she had a thought that there was more to her life and realized she was free. she turned out to be very happy her husband died.. not wanting to admit this fact. after this she leaves her room and she starts to walk down the stairs when her husband is there standing at the door. and then she dies with joy that kills : )