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The disease that abruptly ends Mrs Mallards life is not one easily explained Her many faceted heart condition physically psychologically and spiritually disabled her to deal with many issues faced throughout her life hence her husband supposed death Perhaps her disease may not have been so fatal if she had not been so emotionally fragile Her state put a constant stress on the family when decisions had to be made for example the news of the death of her husband had to be a well thought out plan to ensure Mrs Mallards well-being The only answer to that problem was just to tell her the news as gently as possible p 45 and hope and pray she stays strong This physical weakness was demonstrated however the emotional aspect of her illness is not yet evidentMany of the revelations made throughout Mrs Mallards time alone reflect the emotions she felt in the past of feeling trapped and truly did not love her husband At this point the physical aspect of her illness gradually became less of a factor as well as a threat to her fragile life The spirit she had once lost seems to have reappeared after the news of her husbands death finally sunk in a sense of freedom and release is felt as she repeats to herself Free Free Freep46 and Free Body and soul freep47 There is a feeling of a miraculous event that took place at this point as though she was free of her disease or cured of it The fact that no one in the family ever bothered to look past the physical aspect of the illness demonstrates that there really is another side to this so-called heart condition This heart was not ill or weakened by some sickness Mrs Mallard was suffering of a broken heart and a confused heart No doctor can diagnose such an illness because it is not obvious to the human eye and
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