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    Works. In Chopin’s short story, “The Story of an Hour”, her ability to contain a long trail of change in her character’s way of thinking. Mrs. Mallard, the protagonist in “The Story of an Hour” has under gone the loss of her husband on the train wreck. As the story progresses we see how she contravenes through different feelings about the condition. When Mrs. Mallard start off as a fearful woman, but through the death of her husband’s grief turns into relief and freedom, and has evolved into a stronger

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    Mrs Mallard

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    Louis Mallard had a heart disease that was taken very serious by her family members, when the news came out about her husband's death her family made sure to break the news to her very sincerely. Her family and friends had no clue on how to break the news to her. Once she was made aware of what had happened to her husband, Louis went up stairs to let what had occurred process through her mind. She was astounded when she heard that Mr. Mallard was in a fatal railroad accident, she could only think

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    Mrs Mallard Grief

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    By comparing how Mrs. Mallard behaves in The Story of an Hour by Kate Chopin with the symptoms of grief stated by Syracuse University, we can see if Mrs. Mallard is going through a grieving process. Grief is a mix of emotions people feel after a loss, like denial, anger, bargaining, depression, and acceptance. Let s look at Mrs. Mallard s actions and emotions in the story to see if she shows these symptoms and is experiencing grief. At the start of the story, Mrs. Mallard is sad when she hears about

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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 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 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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    Mrs Mallard Symbolism

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    is described by the image her look out of “the window” which is the symbolism of the story. Adding that, the author connects all elements closely throughout the story; a surprise is at the end that makes readers feel interesting as well as sad for Mrs. Mallard’s destiny. Therefore, the main character, theme and symbolism are the most significant elements

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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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    character, Mrs Mallard would have wanted to. She is a married middle-aged woman who found out that she is now a widow and experiences a lot of emotion within an hour. In the end, because of the rollercoaster of emotion she goes through an hour, she ends up not being a widow,but makes her husband a widow. Mrs Mallard journey have irony, symbolism that lead to her disappointment which is the theme. To begin, since everything occurs within an hour, the story is very short. The plot starts off with Mrs Mallard

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    Mrs Mallard Symbolism

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    1800s. This short story is about Mrs. Mallard, a lady with diagnosed heart trouble, being told of her husbands death, and showing the way she interprets and reacts due to this lost. A theme that is present in this short story is the confinement’s of marriage. Kate Chopin uses the imagery of Mrs.Mallards mindset after the discovery of her husbands death, symbols such as that of Mrs. Mallards heart illness, and both the ironic situation and dramatic irony of Mrs. Mallards death at the sight of her husband

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