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Damion Longmore AlonsoSeptember 2, 2020English Composition 1102Critical Analysis ArticleThe newfound freedom Louise mallard contemplates does not last and the reader begins to realize itwhen the author/reader uses the foreshadowing words moment of illumination to describe Louiseepiphany. Louise thinks about how no person has the right to “impose a private will upon a fellowcreature,” But the narrator foreshadows that this will be only a fleeting thought since Brently Mallardreappears at the story’s end to bring Louise freedom to a sudden and tragic ending. Just before LouiseMallard leaves her room to go downstairs with her sister, Louise breathes a “quick prayer that life mightbe long.” There wouldn’t beany reason for us readers to think otherwise since she has been described bythe narrator as young and so it is foreshadowing that Louise life will, in fact, suddenly end with the shockof grief and disappointment that overtakes her upon her husband’s return. The foreshadowing appears
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Feeling, Foreshadowing, The Storm, epiphany Louise

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