The Story Of An Hour Rhetorical Analysis

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This article examines the conflict between life and death for ladies, who were not free and could not express thoughts, or achieve their goals in The Story of an Hour, written by Kate Chopin. The text shows that after the news of her husband’s death Ms. Mallard runs and locks herself alone in her room. The heroine looks through the window in the room and starts to feel something that she had never felt before. In this moment she begins to feel freedom and even she whispers “free, free, free!” under the influence of great joy. The article also observes how women were not allowed to say whatever they were thinking in public because they had their husband, who had to talk instead of them. Ms. Mallard had her own understanding of life, in her view
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