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I liked The Story of an Hour much better than I liked The Awakening for a few reasons First of all The Awakening was entirely too long to say what it had to say I do not really understand the point of having Edna spend all of that time away from Robert At first I thought it was to prove how much she missed him but then she started fooling around with the other guy To me this does not indicate that she missed him very much at all So what was the point of that whole boring part of the story It made me want Robert to hurry up and come back so we could get on with it which I guess Edna was thinking the whole time Then when he does come back they admit their love for one another but they still are not together I guess the ending just kind of pissed me off I dont get the point in her waking up and being free to do whatever she feels but she still cannot be with Robert Another thing I did not like was the constant references to waking up and awakenings I think that when a story is really good you need to think about it whereas this story just comes right out and tells you where the turning point is It was obvious to me by that point when she learns to swim that this will be a turning point in her life so I dont like the fact that Chopin practically spells it out for us I do like the fact that Chopin living in the times that she did had the courage to make such a stink I liked the part where Edna is lying in the hammock and her husband is yelling at her to come inside to go to bed while she stubbornly refusesHowever Chopin ruins it for me by telling us that
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