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Title: Story of an Hour , Kate Chopin, 1894 Characters: Louise Mallard - A woman whose husband is reportedly killed in a train accident. Brently Mallard - Louise’s husband, supposedly killed in a train accident. Josephine - Louise’s sister. Richards - Brently’s friend Setting: The story is set in the late nineteenth century in the Mallard home, the home of Brently and Louise Mallard. More about the area isn't determined. Plot: Louise Mallard has heart inconvenience, so she should be educated painstakingly about her significant other's demise. Her sister, Josephine, discloses to her the news. Louise's significant other's companion, Richards, found out about a railroad calamity when he was in the daily paper office and saw Louise's better half, Brently, on the rundown of those murdered. Louise starts crying when Josephine advises her of Brently's passing and goes upstairs to be separated from everyone else in her room. In spite of the fact that Chopin relates Mrs. Mallard's story, she doesn't do as such in first individual. Chopin uncovers the story through a storyteller's voice. The storyteller isn't just a
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spectator, notwithstanding. The storyteller knows, for instance, that Mrs. Mallard, generally, did
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