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Unformatted text preview: encounter, the storm finally begins to pass and everything looks new and fresh. “So the storm passed and every one was happy” (Chopin ) cleverly makes a pun about the physical and mental feelings which they went through in “the storm”. Li, 2 This romantic story was written by Kate Chopin in late nineteen century. The author thoroughly portrays Calixta, a representative of the feminism daring to break the constrain to derive a momentary sexual freedom at that orthodox time. Thorough the whole affair, I can feel that both Colixta and Alicee have happy and normal marriages, and they both care about their spouses and children. Moreover, I do not think that the two families will be threatened by this affair. After all, a storm is a storm. After washed out by a storm, everything is as new and fresh as a beginning....
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- Spring '08
- Storm, Adultery, Affair, casual relationship