Marriage: Death of the Spirit or Eternal Love - "Story of an Hour" and "Yours"
Marriage: Death of the Spirit or Eternal Love
Throughout the course of mankind, marriage has been considered a sacred union. Not as much as it once was, but marriage at one time meant a union for a lifetime. This is the way it was. Not even a century ago, if one was an unwed woman past a certain age, she was considered a spinster or abnormal. However, some people, including women, aren't cut out for the bonds of "till death do us part". Love between husband and wife can be a blessing for some but for others a prison. In reading Kate Chopin's "The Story of an Hour" and Mary Robison's…
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