How Does Kate Chopin Tell The Woman In The Story Of An Hour

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Kate Chopin’s The Story of an Hour is a story about Mrs. Mallard who was not happy woman with the standards of the time. The story of an Hour was written in the early 1990s, at that time period man treated ladies as a bit of property. In this story Mrs. Mallard heard a news that her husband has been killed in an accident. Mrs. Mallard cries so badly before she go to her room. In the room she was crying and she could not decide whether it is a good news for her or bad. She breathes heavily and she was seeing her life different way and she was kindly excited about the opportunity to settle on her own choices. Back in 1990s women were not allowed to seek education, nor were they allowed to go out and work. They were expected to take care of the house and start a family. They were expected to sacrifice their desires. It was believed that men were the income of the family and women were considered as care-takers. The story of an author Kate Chopin was from this type of a time period where women had no writes. Kate Chopin has been through this situation where women had not given respect from men. In this story Mrs. Mallard was choose her own path rather than what society expected her to do.…show more content…
Mallard who has been told that her husband has been killed in an accident. She was very upset. Just like every woman 's husband dies and they crys, like that Mrs. Mallard was feeling for her husband and she was missing him very badly. In her room she can truly express what she is feeling but she can not express her feelings in front of her family. In other word we can tell that she knows her place in society. Mrs. Mallard is in her room and standing at front of her window and she feels everything around her is now changed. She is now free to live her life the way she wanna

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