The Story of an Hour

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  • The Story of an Hour
  • Introduction
  • Rising Action
  • You never know what is going to happen in an hour
  • Climax
  • In the narrative "The Story of an Hour" the main characters name is Mrs. Mallard. Mrs. Mallard husbands name is Brently. We just found out that Richard died in a railroad disaster and that Mrs. Mallard has heart problems. The setting of this narrative is in the 1890's
  • Falling Action
  • The first conflict in the narrative "The story of an hour" is when Mrs. Mallard found out that her husband dies. Brently who is Mrs Mallards husband died in a railroad incedent. The second conflict of the story is when she doesn't know how to handle being free. She is now a widow. Since she is a widow she now can live free if she chooses too, which she chooses to stay free.
  • Resolution
  • The climax in the narrative "The Story of an Hour" the main character changes. She doesn't know how to be free, but then she suddenly understand that freedom is what you want. Now she understands that she can do what she what she wants and when she wants. Since she is now free she is a very happy character. This makes her a dynamic character. All of the sudden there is knocking at the door.
  • FREEDOM
  • After the knocking at the door the door opened. The door had been opened with a latch key. As the door opened she then saw her husband Brently. Brently had been no where need the railroad indecent. He was very happy to see his wife.
  • Richard tried to jump in front of Mrs. Mallard but he was too late. The doctors arrived. Brently found out that she died. The doctors think that she died because she died of joy. I believe that she died because she was upset that he husband didn't die.
  • Sadness
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