Contact Author About Kate Chopin Kate Chopin born on February 8, is credited for being one of the first popular feminist authors of the 20th century and introducing this movement in literature. After the death of her husband, Kate moved in with her mother who shortly died thereafter. She was left alone raising her children and suffered from depression.
The narration is third person with a limited omniscient narrator telling the story. Soon, she goes to her room to rest and contemplate this life altering news.
They are apparently upper middle class with Brently as some kind of professional man. Brently believed that Louise had to be watched and cared for because of her illness.
Louise does have feelings for her husband. On the other hand, Brently apparently had complete control over Louise as she describes his "powerful will bending her. In those late 19th century standards, their marriage was probably typical.
The man ruled the home and the marriage. The woman's purpose was to take care of the house and serve the man in all ways. The one thing that Louise is absolutely sure of is her desire for freedom: This she describes as a "montrous joy" because it comes from her husband's death but her complete happiness to be free.
Nothing really matters because in the end Louise is shocked by Brently's return and her loss of freedom. She falls down to the floor dead from her heart disease.All the latest news, reviews, pictures and video on culture, the arts and entertainment.
Text Analysis of Kate Chopin's "The Story of an Hour" Download. Text Analysis The text analysis is dedicated to the novel by Kate Chopin “The Story of an Hour”. Kate Chopin was an American writer, who wrote in the turn of XIX and XX centuries and represented realism.
the burden of marriage and feminism. The end of the story is. Europe. UK Minister Says Irish Backstop Would Create Issues for Future Trade Deals. Britain would have issues negotiating trade deals with new partners if an Irish border backstop arrangement came.
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