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    Mrs Mallard Symbolism

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    readers. The protagonist of the story, Mrs. Mallard deals with an emotional battle in the series of events that occur as the story progresses. There is an internal conflict Mrs. Mallard deals with as she realizes what she lacks and longs for, personal freedom. In the short story, there are some elements that symbolize Mrs. Mallard's freedom as she goes through her turn of events. Throughout the story, Mrs. Mallard constantly looks out the open

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    see Mrs. Mallard, a woman who is depicted in the story as someone with heart troubles, being told of her husband’s death by her sister Josephine. Her husband was involved in a railroad disaster. According to the story, she did not take the bad news like most people, whom would react with a paralyzed disbelief of the situation. She appeared to only weep once and then go into her room alone. She looked into the patches of blue sky and began to feel a strange feeling inside of her. Mrs. Mallard attempted

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    Mrs Mallard Abandonment

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    Mrs. Mallard was effected with a heart trouble that brought and emotion connection between her husband’s death and her. Her husband died of a tragic railroad accident. I believe her heart trouble was a broken heart because of the loss of her significant other. Her husband friend stood by her side as she grieved over her husband’s death. Mrs. Mallard felling of abandonment made me feel apologetic for her and also a connection due to the relation of feeing a sense of sorrow. Instead of her expressing

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    Mrs Mallard Symbolism

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    short story by Kate Chopin. Is about Mrs. Mallard having a heart condition and a heart attack killing her. The narrator uses the bad heart as symbolism of the story. According to Chopin “great care was taken to break to her as gently as possible the news of her husband’s death” (179). There was sadness from Mrs. Mallard so that tells the reader that the marriage wasn’t abusive or bad. The irony was about Mrs. Mallards reaction of her husband’s death. Mrs. Mallard when into her room after she hear the

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    Mrs Mallard Significance

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    Mrs. Mallard is an older lady that has heart trouble. She has just been told some bad news about her husband from her sister Josephine with her husbands friend Richard was there near her. The story was told that her husband has just passed away in an accident at work. “She did not hear the story as many women have heard the same, with a paralyzed inability to accept its significance.” She did not hear the story as many women have heard about their husbands death. "Free! Body and soul free! She

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    Mrs. Mallard has a heart condition, which means that if she was to be startled she could have a heart attack and die. So when her husband, Mr. Mallard, arrives into town by the train tracks, the train crashes and people that are nearby call for help. When the news gets out that Mrs. Mallard's husband was “killed” by the debris of the train her sister, Josephine, and her husbands friend, Richard, has to carefully approach Mrs, Mallard by telling her the news without startling her. Josephine was the

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    Mrs Mallards Response

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    Chopin displays Mrs. Mallards reaction when hearing about the death of her husband. When first hearing about the news of her husband’s passing Mrs. Mallard is devastated, but moments later she is relieved and realized that she is ‘"free, free, free!"’ (15). Mrs. Mallards response when hearing about her husband’s death is shocking and different from how most wives would respond, but "she did not stop to ask if it were or were not a monstrous joy that held her" (16). After Mrs. Mallard had a few minutes

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    Mrs. Mallard retires alone to her room and what first appears to be grief turns quickly to a realization that she is now “free”. She looks out the window in her bedroom and sees “the tops of trees that were all aquiver with the new spring life”. Mrs. Mallard has apparently been in a relationship for which she either regrets or has over time led to unhappiness. The trees out her bedroom window must represent to her a new chance at life. As spring follows winter, when the plants and trees die off

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    Mrs Mallard Symbolism

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    involved in the interplay of female independence through brief effective characterization of the supposedly widowed Louise Mallard in her last hour. Chopin utilizes symbolism, motif, and irony to suit the equally mixed story line and underlying concept in this story. The author portrays a sad portrait of a marriage and a very unique ending to be expected in the story. The world inside Mrs. Mallard’s mind is lively and well described by the narrator. Kate Chopin utilizes freedom as to be the main theme throughout

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    Mrs Mallards Health

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    people grieve differently. Mrs. Mallard has a desire to be independent which is the opposite of how society views things. In the very beginning of this story we find out that Mrs. Mallards health condition is heart trouble. When her sister, Josephine, finds out about her husbands death, she wants to make sure that the information she has is correct before telling Mrs. Mallard. When anyone receives depressing news your body reacts to it, so knowing that Mrs. Mallard has a heart condition, Josephine

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