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NguyenYen NguyenENG 102 ONP 2Final paper (rough draft)The Story of an HourKate Chopin was born in St Louis, Missouri, in 1851. She began writing shortly after the death of her husband and, from 1889 until his own death, his stories and other miscellaneous copy appeared in "Vogue, youth Council, Atlantic Monthly, the Century, Saturday Evening Post,"and other publications. In addition to "The Awakening," she Chopin published a novel, "In errors", and two collections of short stories and sketches, "Bayou Folk" and "A Night at Acadie." The publication of "The Awakening" in 1899 occasioned shocked and angry reactions from reviewers across the country. The book has been taken off the shelves of the library St. Louis trafficking and its author has been banned from the art club. Kate Chopin died in 1904.This short story interesting inner Louise progression within an hour when she heard the newsfrom her husband until death to see her husband, peaceful and healthy, appears at the foot of the stairs. First, Louise burst into tears. Then, as you can not tolerate the pain if standing alone, she rushed to her sister's arms. This reaction seemed more lively common reactions of women at the