After having her husband walk back into her life, reality hit and she realized maybe she wasn’t free. Until her untimely death, which may have been her only way out, and truly now she would be free from him
I decided to read the story to three other people, my mother, my father, and my great aunt. My parents are both in their 50’s while my aunt is in her late 70’s, and all their opinions of the story varied... displayed 300 characters
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My parents are both in their 50’s while my aunt is in her late 70’s, and all their opinions of the story varied. Starting with my mom she thought it was a great story. She felt women especially since it was first printed in 1894, which I told her. Women in that day respected their husbands, and wouldn’t dare want to be left alone and should be distraught if anything was to happen to them... displayed next 300 characters
"Some one was opening the front door with a latchkey. It was Brently Mallard," as soon as she sees her husband she dies instantly. In fact the doctor says, "she had died from heart disease?of joy that kills...
Mallard's realization that she is free from her husband and with her death. While Mrs. Mallard was alone in her room she realized that she would no longer be bound to her husband but rather free to do whatever she should choose...
Mallard. Louise begins chant “free free free”. She was free from a marriage that had no love and no understanding for her feelings. Chopin even acknowledges that she was experiencing a “monstrous joy” implying that her feelings were wrong and improper especially for Chopin’s time period...
Secondly, the writer tries to tell the reader to think that why the writer addresses Mrs. Mallard as Josephine at the nearly end of the story. I think that Chopin wants us to know how woman lost her identity since she got married...
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