sister and acquaintances make an assumption that her husband has
died in a railroad disaster. The sister was the one to tell Mrs.
Mallard about her husband's terrible accident. The sister and
acquaintances expect that Mrs. Mallard will be heartbroken at the
thought of her husband being dead. Her sister would try to break
the news as gentle as possible(Chopin 397). At first, Mrs.
Mallard would crumbles with sadness at the
husband being dead. She takes time alone in her room to think about
the scenario handed to her. After short time she finds herself
whispering free aloud. In the end she realizes she had not loved
him as she thought she had, she was now free to live her life. All
while she was shut in her room, her friends and family would be
outside the door assuming she was sobbing and distraught at the
thought of her loving husband being dead. Mrs. Mallard did not
loved her husband in the way that her friends and family had
assumed she had.
Through paragraphs 5-9 there is an assortment of imagery and details used to describe what Mrs. Mallard is show more content
Mallard in a fictional narrative. We learn that Mrs. Mallard feels a sense of relieve shortly after hearing the death of her husband. This is not how most wifes would react to the thought of becoming a widow. I believe Chopin does this to show strength in the character that is not commonly shown if it had been told in a nonfictional manner. This seems to have a more drastic effect on the reader. It has an advantage as giving the message that drastic changes can affect a person in more ways than one and that one's emotions are not just black and white. Fictional essays can do this because the writer is able to arrange a story in a way that can affect the reader. They are able to create their own mood in a piece of writing more so than a nonfiction essay. In my opinion, it caught my attention more than if she chose the nonfictional
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