Story of an hour

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  • ¨The Story of an hour¨ By:Kate Chopin
  • One day in the late 1890s Mrs.Mallard had received some sad news
  • Mrs.Mallard doesn't know what to do now since she does not have her husband with her
  • Oh the things that can happen in just 1 HOUR
  • After thinking what will she do now due to her husbands death, Mrs.Mallard opened her room window to get some fresh air and notices something unfamiliar with the sky.
  • FREE! FREE! FREE!
  • Mrs.Mallard and her sister Josephine has been told by Richard ,her husbands friend, that Brently Mallard,Mrs Mallard husband has died in a railroad accident.
  • Later that day when Mrs.Mallard locked her room door and just tried to find out the meaning of freedom
  • Back in the 1890s women were not allowed to make any choices what so ever.Therefore with her husband nit there to tell her what to do every second of the day she is confused on what to do .
  • When Mrs.Mallard and Josephine went down stairs ...
  • Mrs.Mallard turns into a dynamic character once she notices that the blue in the sky represents that she is now FREEEE!!! and doesn´t have anyone to control her and the black patches in the sky represent the things in life that are stopping her freedom.
  • Her sister Josephine thought that Louise was balling her eyes out inside of her room due to the death of Brently so she kept asking her to open the door not knowing that Louise was actually celebrating later on they went down stairs
  • They noticed that someone was coming inside of the house with a latchkey.When the door was opened they saw Brently Mallard who was supposed to be ¨dead¨ due to the railroad accident. Richard tried to block him but it was to late Louise Mallard had died because her freedom is over
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