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Story of an Hour by Kate Chopin When the doctors came they said she had dies of heart disease- of joy that kills 215 Suddenly freed from a life full of oppression and lacking self-expression That is the feeling and realization that suddenly rushed over Louise Mallard at the news of her husbands untimely passing Life suddenly seemed wonderful and full of delicious opportunities Her newfound life sprawled in front of her as she made plans for future and began contemplating the consequences The life she had always dreamed of though was abruptly torn away from her as it came to be that her husband did not pass Her life of an individual was wonderful yet short Her life as a dependant of her husband was long and tedious This is close to the way life is Life without individual expression is long She was young with a fair calm face whose lines bespoke repression and even a certain strength 214 Her entire life Mrs Mallard lived in the shadow and command of her husband Brently Mallard She was forced to smile and sing and do as she was told in the movie and seemed to be under his beck and call Her life appeared colorless and dull for she had no expression of her own She lived within the confines her husband kept her and didnt try to break free News of his death though sad to her at first was like shackles suddenly being clip off of a prisoners hands She did not hear the story as many have heard the same with a paralyzed inability to accept its significance She wept at once with sudden wild abandonment 213 The color seemed to pour into her life as she sat and stared out the window in thought Her world changed as color and life and freedom flooded into her imagination There was something coming to her and she was waiting for it fearfully
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