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  • View on short story-"The Story of an Hour" This story was written by kate Chopin. This essay describes the irony presented in the story.

     

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Published: 03.04.2002.
Language: English
Level: Secondary school
Literature: n/a
References: Not used
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Fiction Essay
An Hour Full of Irony
There is much irony in Kate Chopin's short story entitled "The Story of an Hour." To begin, irony is first detected in the way Mrs. Mallard reacts to the news of her husbands horrible and sudden death. Mrs. Mallard is said, "not to hear the story as many women have heard the same." (Literature page 394) Rather, she accepts the news and goes to her room to be alone.
The reader starts to see the world through Mrs. Mallard's eyes. As she sits alone in her room, relaxing in a comfortable chair, she begins to view her lose as a new beginning. She begi…

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