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Free free freeFree Body and soul free Mrs Mallard keeps whispering The death of her husband brings her the exhilaration of freedom rather than the desolation of loneliness However in its turn Mrs Mallards death also puts an end to her short hope of freedom Two deaths in Kate Chopins The story of an hour seem to have some meaning to readers As The story of an hour opens Kate Chopin uses the death of Mr Mallard to show the reader Mrs Mallards deepest feelings At first Mrs Mallard is saddened and shocked by the news she wept at once with sudden wild abandonment Instead of feeling grief as expected Mrs Mallard feels released from bondage of marriage For the first time she no longer sees a world of restrictions but a world of color and brightness the trees were all aquiver with the new spring life The delicious breath of rain was in the air There were patches of blue sky showing here and there For the first time she realizes that she is now free from body to soul Her body comes alive again with her pulse beats faster her blood runs warmer her eyes brighten For the first time Mrs Mallard sees the chance to live out the rest of her days for herself and the opportunity to be her own person The death of her husband is really the rivival to her soul as well as a brand new beginning for her How ironic it is when someones tragic death becomes others ultimate freedom Similarly MrMallards coming back seemed to be a happy news to his wife after all puts an end to both her beautiful dream and her miserable life To other peoples eye MrsMallard had died of heart disease-of the joy that kills But her death is actually caused by the disappointment of losing everything she recently thought she had gained Her husband still being alive
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