Kate Chopin And Daniel Deneau's The Story Of An Hour

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After reading The Story of An Hour by Kate Chopin, Daniel Deneau remarkably breaks down and analyzes the most intense aspects of the short story. Deneau acknowledges simple things such as “the significance of the open window and the spring setting” along with more complex questions including what Mrs. Mallard went through to achieve her freedom. He also throws in a few of his own ideas which may or may not be true. Almost entirely agreeing with the interpretation Deneau has on The Story of An Hour, he brings stimulating questions to the surface which makes his analysis much more intricate. Both Chopin and Deneau put major emphasis on the passage of the story where Mrs. Mallard is alone in her room and makes the transition from heartbroken housewife to joyful, independent and free widower. Chopin says “There was something coming to her and she was waiting for it, fearfully. What was it? She did not know; it was too subtle and elusive to name. But she felt it, creeping out of the sky, reaching toward her through the sounds, the scents, the color that filled…show more content…
He provided most of his ideas with exquisite detail and enough evidence to make just about anyone believe it. Interpreting a story that ends with no one knowing exactly what happens can be challenging, but Deneau did a respectable job expressing his viewpoints. Agreeing with someone else’s ideas one hundred percent is uncommon but, for the most part, Deneau provided multiple elucidations that made his analysis relatable and agreeable. The Story of An Hour is not for everyone. If the reader enjoys stories where the mystery is solved in the end and everything comes together, this may not be the best fit for them. However, if the reader enjoys being able to make up their own endings and let their ideas wander with no limits, this work of fiction is

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