Story Of an Hour Essay

Story Of An Hour Essay

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This isn't really a book report, but what the hell. The Story of an Hour is a short story about something I can't remember. the topic of this essay is "Select the most important word or phrase and explain it's significance." Any way I got 27/30 on this paper. There are a few run-on sentences that need to be fixed, but otherwise this essay is good to go. I make some connections to a book called "The Stone Diaries" by Carol Shields, at the end of the essay. So you may want to remove that part. Story Of An Hour Essay "And yet she had loved him - sometimes. often she had not. What did it matter! What could love, the unresolved mystery, count for in the face of this possession of self-assertion which she suddenly reconized as the strongest impulse of her being!" The main character in this story, mrs. mallard, said this after she realized that while her husband is dead, and "love" has left her life, she is finally free to live her life for herself. That quote in particular says alot about this story, Mrs. mallard, and the way women were viewed at the time. The quote began "And yet she had loved him - sometimes." This seems to indicate that she did love him, but it wasn't truly love, it was more an affection for him. "Often she had not." It appears that she only "loved" him him when he had moments of kindness, and showed his love for her. Perhaps she only "loved" him out of guilt, guilt that he truely loved her, but love that she didn't really feel for him. "what did it matter! What could love, the unsolved mystery, count for in the face of this possession of self-assertion..." here the charqcter is realizing that love isn't that important compared to the freedom she is feeing. she will be living life for herself she will be "Free! Body and soul free!" While her husband was alive Mrs. mallard didn't appear to even feel that she wasn't free, or that she didn't truely love him. But once he was gone she realizes the truth of her life. this seems to be a theme among the literature we've read so far (meaning the stone Diaries) The woman who raised daisy seemed to feel the smae way Mrs. Mallard felt. They both had good lives, and good husbands. Everything that a woman supposedly needed to be happy, yet they weren't happy. But they both broke free of that feeling, and were able to be free, for a time. Mrs. mallard's freedom was rather short lived though, when she saw her husband again she realized that her newfound freedom was lost again, and died. This story, in particular the quote chosen, seems to say quite a bit about about how women felt in those days. Several of the women from the Stone diaries, and Mrs. mallard from "The Story of an Hour" had similer experiences, they had lives that should have made them happy, but non were really happy until they had their own freedom, and were living their lives for themselves

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