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In todays society numerous women are becoming completely independent from men Just ask any young woman you come across how they feel about a man in their lives and often times a response confirming the lack of a need or even desire of a man present will be returned Of course the lack of good men available adds to womens negative feelings towards us For those women who wish to engage in relationships their overall hapinness can sway either way Its a known fact that some relationships are good and some are bad The three women I will discuss each posess different ideas of what makes them happy in their relationships In each scenario the men in these womens lives have a great effect on them and taught them valuable lessons to learn from The first of these women is Louise Mallard in Kate Chopins The Story of an Hour Louise is one of those women who is stuck in a boring marriage Her husband Brently supported her financially and did nothing negative towards his wife But he left her only content with their marriage Once she learned of her husbands death Louise felt as though a great burden had been removed from her shoulders She said it under her breath over and over free free freeChopin 243 Mrs Mallard had finally received what she wanted to be called Miss Louise once again There would be no one to live for her during those coming years she would live for herselfChopin 243 For so many years Louise lived with the fact that she was not happy in her relationship It is true that during this time there was not too much she could do about the relationship but live with it But something tells me that if givin a second chance she would do something to improve her life before it was taken away from her Zora Neale Hurstons character Missie May in
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