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Unformatted text preview: I have chosen the drama named "The story of an Hour" by kate Choping- The four main things that I have noticed about this story were that we should be very careful when we transmit information to people, no matter the event we are talking about, we always should verify the information we got before passing to others, especially when this information we got is critical or with a high importance like the one in this story (the death of Mr. Brently Mllard the husband of Mrs. Mallard), adding that Mrs. Mallard was afflicted with a heart trouble this adds more the responsibility of verifying the information before passed to someone. Another point that I want to make from this story is that I don't think that people who suffer from different diseases should be informed with tragic stories while they are being treated with their own diseases, the same thing had happen to Mrs. Mallard where Choping (1894) says that "There stood, facing the open window, a comfortable, roomy armchair. Into this she sank, pressed down by a physical exhaustion that haunted her body and seemed to reach into her soul."(para.4) so telling such information will only worsen the situation, in those cases, we should take some time and find the right time to tell important information even when some time passes. Mrs. Mallard started imagining that she will live forever and alone, what we get from this point is that when we receive some shocking information such as the "death of her husband" while she is in a delicate situation her own then we get a brain schock and tend to think irrationally and out of the reality that is sorrounding us, in this case, she went to think that she will live forever alone although she was old and sick herself and her days were counted, so we say that particular infromation (critical, schocking, unexpected) tend to change our thinking patterns and our way we behave and think....
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