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The essay of The Storm written by Kate Chopin illustrates a story of one woman and one man drawn to each other by lust Situated together by a storm Calixta the woman in this essay and very married woman has no choice but to let in an old friend and once loved companion out of the pouring rain As a result old flames spark a maybe-new relationship between the two This essay is an alternative twist to many other stories dealing with unfaithfulness and infidelity given that men are more prone to being accused of committing adultery with regard to women This essay shows no matter what the variables are when the cats away the mice will play Chopins essay begins with Calixtas better-half and husband Boinot and there four-year-old son Bibi away at a local grocery store retrieving a few items Noticing a few somber clouds filed with a tempest intention Boinot and Bibi are strained to stay out of the rain and insist on taking cover at the grocery store This storm is ultimately the cause and reason for Calixtas infidelity The storm is Calixtas way to keep husband and son away while she is secretly having an affair Theres no way on earth that Calixta could have planed any of this out It just so happened that everything fell right into place Even Sylvie Calixtas maid and helper happen to be away while the affair was going on Back at home Calixta had no idea what was about to happen I believe that the last thing she had on her mind was cheating on her very much loved husband Although who knows what she was thinking As she waited patiently sewing on her sewing machine like most wives did during that time she noticed that a storm was slowly approaching She hurried to close all windows and doors that might have been open and remembers that some of Bobinots Sunday clothes were
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