The Story Of An Hour

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Louis Mallard had a heart disease that was taken very serious by her family members, when the news came out about her husband's death her family made sure to break the news to her very sincerely. Her family and friends had no clue on how to break the news to her. Once she was made aware of what had happened to her husband, Louis went up stairs to let what had occurred process through her mind. She was astounded when she heard that Mr. Mallard was in a fatal railroad accident, she could only think of what would come of her future without him. She began to think of all the positive things that followed Mr. Mallard's passing. Although, she was thinking that she was wrong for being so positive in a situation like this. All of sudden, a change of events occurred when her husband walked through the door causing poor Mrs. Mallard to collapse with a heart disease the doctors called "joy that kills". Where there is good news, there will always be bad news. When Louis Mallard and her family were brought into a tragic situation, they had no idea what the outcome would be. The only worry the family of Mrs. Mallard faced, was that her heart was very weak and she wouldn't take the news very well. She loved her husband, yet when she heard the news, she felt as though she was finally free and that she could do more than usual, she felt both happy and sad that he was gone. She was a strong woman when she had to think her husband was no longer going to be around, she thought of all the things that were going to come her way. Mrs. Mallards sister was very worried when she had locked herself in the room, but she only needed time to think things over. In the story, she is described as a beautiful woman, one who seems to love her h... ... middle of paper ... ...erature. Ed. James E. Miller. Vol. 2. Austin: Harcourt Brace Jovanich, 1991. 487. Print. Lorcher, Trent, "Irony and Symbols in "The Story of an Hour" by Kate Chopin", WWW.brighthubeducation.com,NP,1/17/2012, 3/17/14 Free-Termpaper Editors. "Irony in the Story of an Hour," Free-Termpaper. N.P., 2005.Web.17 Mar. 2014 Craig, Alex. "Story of an Hour," Literary critique." Yahoo! Voices. Yahoo, Inc. 22 Apr. 2012 Web. 17 Mar. 2014 Lorcher, Trent. "Symbolism in "The Story of an Hour." brighthubeducation. N.P., 17 Apr. 2012. Web. Mar. 2014 Kingtut. "Irony in the "Story of an Hour." Study mode Inc., May 2006. Web. 17 March 2014. Shmoop Editors. "Story of an Hour" Heart Trouble. Shmoop. Shmoop, Inc., N.d. Web. 17 Mar. 2014. Westwood, M. "What are examples of verbal, Situational and Dramatic Irony in "The Story of an Hour." Enotes. E-notes, Inc., 30. Web. 17 Mar. 2014.

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