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Hour of a Story When people with a low need for cognition read The Story of an Hour they may think that Mrs Mallards death was the result of a heart condition in correlation with a sudden surprise of her living husband I believe that a heart condition is not completely to blame as Mrs Mallard was beginning to visualize and enjoy a future of free life without the governing hands of her husband The site of Mr Mallard stunned her and forever killed away the illusions she had just dreamed up of her new life As the news of her husbands death initially had her sobbing by the window slowly she began to see a different picture coming to mind She was beginning to recognize this thing that was approaching to possess her and she was striving to beat it back with her will--as powerless as her two white slender hands would have been para 10 Initially she felt a little guilt about her joy of relief of the news but that quickly passed as her will to fight off the selfish thoughts was powerless Thoughts of a bitter funeral were overcome by her selfish new fantasy But she saw beyond that bitter moment a long procession of years to come that would belong to her absolutely And she spread her arms out to them in welcome para 13 She was happy to have the shackles released from her unhappy commitment and duty of prison likes that was her husband And yet she had loved him--sometimes Often she had not para 15 this summarizes how her feelings toward her husband had been mostly unfavorable The wonderful life she was envisioning was beginning to riot inside her head as she thought of the coming spring and summer days that would be her own She was enjoying it almost gaining power from it There was a feverish triumph in her eyes and she
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