What did Chopin think about marriage? Use evidence from "The Story of an Hour."
If "The Story of an Hour" is anything to go by, not very much. Through the characterization of Mrs. Mallard, Chopin presents marriage as a stifling, restrictive institution that prevents women from achieving happiness and self-fulfillment.
It says something about the state of the Mallards' marriage that Louise can only...
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