Analysis Of Symbolism In The Story Of An Hour By Kate Chopin_ [Essay Example], 561 words GradesFixer

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4/7/2021Analysis Of Symbolism In The Story Of An Hour By Kate Chopin: [Essay Example], 561 words GradesFixer1/2Analysis of Symbolism in the Story of anHour by Kate ChopinThe Kate Chopin’s “The Story of an Hour” is one of the interesting stories that I haveread ever in my life. What I mostly liked about the story is that it is full of mysteryand irony as it ends up with so many doubtful questions. Moreover, the way thewriter uses the symbolism in her story is outstanding. She used symbolism tore±ect the long-hidden emotions and desires of Mrs. Mallard towards sides of hermarried life. She tried to create an image of oppressed women, which cannot doanything without husbands will and will have no more freedom once she gets intothe marriage life.The ²rst symbol I will talk about is heart trouble. In general, the heart is the symbol

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