Essay On Marriage And Freedom In The Story Of An Hour By Kate Chopin

What is marriage a union of two people who are held together legally, socially, and ritually? Everyone recognizes that they are legally bonded together until death due them part. Marriage is normally required to be assigned to a man and a woman who are free from a joint agreement to anyone else. The two people mutually agree to share their lives, bodies, and experiences. They share family values, traditions, and have children also. Then there is freedom both partners in a marriage are not involved or devoted to anyone else. Freedom is defined as the ability or power to talk, react, perform, or think without penalty. Each person has to be free to enter into the agreement of marriage. Marriage and freedom are a connected union which requires discipline and compromise. Freedom is the fact of how we choose to think and the reaction or actions of those thoughts and how they are played out in daily living. Which brings me to using marriage and freedom as topics for “The Story of An Hour” by Kate Chopin.
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She is oppressed in her marriage. In the hour of the story Louise realizes life is a many different things. She takes Brently’s death as a release emotionally, physically, and mentally. Seems Louise’s heart trouble is conditional to her relationship with Brentley and the marriage. I know from reading the story there is a hint of relief in his death. Louise only wants to be free of Brently and a bad marriage. There is never stated that Louise has no feelings or love for Brently only that the choice made is not fulfilling to her. In the marriage each person has to have a give and take relationship. Louise’s reflections seems to state she has given more and no longer wants to take feeling separate in the marriage. The relationship is over and Brently’s dying restores who she feels she really is allows her to think of his death as a light to a new beginning. Louise viewed death as…