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there are many, the "roomy" and "comfortable" chair. the open window symbolizes the freedom she has now and the patches of blue sky symbolize the new life she has now and how its getting better

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what is the rising action of the story of an hour by kate chopin


"The Story of An Hour". Kate Chopin (1894).



The phrase "heart trouble" is an example of verbal irony in "The Story of an Hour" written by Kate Chopin. The phrase is actually alluding to Mrs. Mallard suffering from repression, rather than a physical ailment.



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How is the wife going to deal with the tragedy of her husband's death/survival?




the story of an hour which is written by "kate chopin" is a very intresting form of literature . actually the writer herself's want liberty . thats why she was giving his opinion about her life that if she married at once then her husband will died in an accedient . then she will be free . and she will get chance of other marriege


The theme is the importance of freedom. It is about letting go and breaking/being free.


Kate Chopin uses naturalistic tones in the The Story of an Hour, when the wife looks outside her window. She relates nature liveliness with her new found freedom, with the death of her husband


she is comparing her as a child because kids cry themselves to sleep, and that's what Mrs mallard does


On December 6, 1894 in Vogue. A bit more here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Story_of_an_Hour


"The Story of an Hour" is a short story by Kate Chopin. It tells of a woman who feels free after learning about her husband's death. The mood of the story moves from joy to sadness.


The Story of an Hour by Kate Chopin. ... Ironically, in the end, her husband lives, and she is the one who will die..... free of earthly bondage at last. ... The irony in the end of the story is that the first sentence of the story says


The climax of "The Story of an Hour"is when Mrs. Mallard begins to feel joyful over her renewed life. Since her husband is no longer alive, she can be set free and start over, which is symbolized by the spring time. This is the climax, because it leads to what happens to her, which is death.


The climax of "The Story of an Hour"is when Mrs. Mallard begins to feel joyful over her renewed life. Since her husband is no longer alive, she can be set free and start over, which is symbolized by the spring time. This is the climax, because it leads to what happens to her, which is death.



There are actually 4 foreshadowing within the story. Mrs. Louise Mallard's shadow. Mr. Brently Mallard's Shadow. Josephine's shadow. Richards's Shadow. Foreshadowing = 4 shadows! Dude, common sense! *sigh*



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