A little after, Mrs. Mallard finally sees an opportunity of freedom from her husbands death. She is crying in her bedroom, but then she starts to think of the freedom that she now has in her hands. “When she abandoned herse... ... middle of paper ... ...dition, so the doctor thought that this weakness was the reason she died.What really killed her was being put back into the role that was forced and expected of her. When her husband walked in, all of her feminine freedom vanished. Women weren’t given the same rights as men.
She does not give herself time to think upon the subject, but immediately starts sobbing because that was the reaction she thought she should give. She is grieving, but is over come with an immense sadness. Chopin writes; " she did not hear the story as many women have heard the same…she wept at once" (paragraph 3). This was not a reaction of just emotions, but also of how she thought she should react in front of her family and friends. After locking her self in the solitude of her bedroom she begins to recognize things that one would not think of after a loved one just passed away. "
In the story there are many factors that you have to see in all the plots and in the characters, the sister to me is naïve because she does not know how the Louise feels about her husband. The doctors, I forgive because they did not know what was going on in her household or in her head, so yes, they did say she died from a broken heart. “A comfortable, roomy armchair. Into this she sank, pressed down by a physical exhaustion that haunted.” To the author’s choice of words, I can indicate she likes to go to that seat and sit there away from her husband. Many others and I think or know that she likes the seat, whi... ... middle of paper ... ...in.
Gilman proves this when the narrator misses her baby and she says, “…I cannot be with him, it makes me so nervous” (Gilman 78). This proves that John makes his wife feels worried and sad. These feelings add to her depression, and her depression gets worse. This also demonstrates that John’s desire to do all the works by himself has a negative effect on his wife health. In addition, women have the responsibility to maintain a happy and peaceful atmosphere in their family.
The relief, however, is short lived. The shock of seeing him alive is too much for her bear and she dies. The meaning of life and death take on opposite meaning for Mrs. Mallard in her marriage because she lacked the courage to stand up for herself. Mrs. Mallard’s repressed married life is a secret that she keeps to herself. She is not open and honest with her sister Josephine who has shown nothing but concern.
Mrs.Mallard reveals that she does love her husband, but the the independence that she is now going to get is what is driving into a surge of sudden happiness and motivation. Ironically, Mrs.Mallard was not allowed to enjoy her new found independence in the end. In the short story “The Story Of An Hour”by Kate Chopin, Mrs.Mallard hears about the death of her husband from her sister Josephine. Mrs.Mallard cries in her sister 's arms from the sudden shock, and the fear of being alone. After Mrs.Mallard went to a room to be alone she began to realize that because of her husband 's death she is now independent.
She begins to think about his death and then she finds all the opportunities that are ahead of her. She wants... ... middle of paper ... ...ally wasn’t, and seeing him literally killed her. The doctors said it was the “ joy that kills”, but the reality of the situation is that the fact that her freedom was ripped away without even getting to live it broke her heart to the point of a death. Spring was the hope of a new life and the happiness that she found after the “death” of her husband. The armchair was where she got to rest her exhausted soul and where she was comforted.
Chopin, Kate. “The Story of an Hour.” Heritage of American Literature. Ed. James E. Miller. Vol 2.
Dramatic is when the reader know something that the characters don’t such as in scary movies when u know where the killer is hiding but the characters don’t. Last is situational, it is when an unexpected situation occurs that was opposite of what the characters and audience expects. The story is about a woman named Louise Mallard with a heart disease that could kill her if she is surprised or overly emotional. So when her husband, Brently Mallard, dies from a train accident her cousin goes to her house to break the news. She is very careful to tell her because of her condition, but when the news is said Louise goes to her room crying and locks herself in.
She was not really conscious it was between her world and the actual real world she had to face. This leads to her feelings sometimes she wouldn 't love her husband , and sometimes she would and it was all mixed up into different feelings and emotions. When she saw her husband in the door she cried , but it was of happiness not sadness and it was a rare death. We as readers consider that seeing her husband shocked her and anguish when she sees her husband. The doctor eventually said a different thing that the joy killed Mrs. Mallard .” The conflict between Mrs. Mallard’s life and death becomes so irreconcilable that she finally dies of heart disease when she is told that she will see her husband come home alive instead of death in the railroad disaster.”(Kate