"The Story of an hour" by Kate Chopin show the readers the meanings of life and death
"Free, free, free""Free! Body and soul free!", Mrs. Mallard keeps whispering . The death of her husband brings her the exhilaration of freedom rather than the desolation of loneliness. However, in its turn, Mrs. Mallard's death also puts an end to her short hope of freedom. Two deaths in Kate Chopin's "The story of an hour" seem to have some meaning to readers.
As "The story of an hour" opens, Kate Chopin uses the death of Mr. Mallard to show the reader Mrs. Mallard's deepest feelings. At first Mrs. Mallard is saddened and shocked by the news, " she wept at once, with sudden, wild abando…
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