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The story of an hour and Eveline deals with a short agonized look at a single crucial moment in the life of young women As far back as the early 1900s not all women have been happy with their role in the society In the stories of The story of an hourand Eveline both women had hard times in the societies they lived in the authors tried to show positions of women in society how they deal with their respective situations and used literary techniques to express their self In the both stories both women faced against some problems in their society because women were not respected like males and they didnt have freedom In the story of Eveline the character of Eveline didnt have a lot of independence She got beat up by her father she worked hard to keep the house together and to watch her siblings There was no respect for her in the society she lived in She wanted to go with Frank because she thought she would get respect and have freedom she would not be treated as her mother had been After her mother died she had to do most of the necessary things to her family In the other story Mrs Mallard had better living conditions her husband loved her and she actually had more independence She was respected in the society she lived in But when she thought her husband was dead first she got sad after little while she realized from that moment she was free she would just live for her there would be no one to live for her during those coming years she would live for herself But she saw beyond that bitter moment a long procession of years to come that would belong to her absolutely And she opened and spread her arms out to them in welcome Eveline and Mrs Mallard both wanted
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