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Hiding From The Truth In the reading The Story of an Hour many things werent as they seemed This is called symbolism Where one write something and it symbolizes another thing For example someones blood gets warmer That wouldnt symbolize them getting hot it symbolizes them having a warm and happy feeling about something This shows that things arent thought of as they are supposed to be Symbolism also leads to hidden truths Things that also dont mean what they seem Just as symbolism hidden truths need to be thought out and thoroughly processed in ones head In the reading The Story of an Hour many things arent as they seem leading to hidden truths symbolism and an unusual ending There were many things that could be considered to be hidden truths in the reading There were just a few that stuck out with ease One of the hidden truths would be when the wife Louise Mallard is thinking about the news she was just told she is sitting in a comfortable roomy chair comfort and roominess are relaxing and fun The reason the writer uses comfortable and roomy is to show that the wife Louise was happy and relaxed when she heard the news and thought about it She was pretty much happy with the result Another easy hidden truth was when Louise was saying free free free and free body and soul free These phrases would in reality show that she was happy and felt like her own self now She wasnt restricted by her husband he was gone and she was her own woman She was finally free as she would say And finally Louises pulse beats harder That is just like the blood warming Her pulse beating hides that she is full of joy She is happy of what happened and that she is free There are many truths that are hidden in this story that just leads
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