The Quick Liberation of the Wives in "The Storm" and "The Story of an Hour"
Throughout history women were not granted the same freedoms and carefree lifestyle their male counterparts had. On the contrary women were looked down upon. They were given few rights and were left practically powerless. That is why it was common practice for a woman to please her husband, raise the children, cook, clean, and wash everything in the household. Women were not self-dependent, but rather they were obligated to their husbands. It wasn't until the late twentieth-century when women's rights became a concern and a need to be addressed. After reading the stories of "The Storm" and…
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