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Kate Chopin's 'The Storm' / Imagery & Symbolism Of Flowers
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In this 2 page essay on Chopin's 'The Storm,' the writer is concerned with how flowers are used as images of the intimacy between nature and human longing. Specific examples and quotes are used to support points made. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: Stormthe.wps

Kate Chopin's 'The Story of an Hour' / Analysis
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A 5 page paper that analyzes Chopin's short work in terms of making a statement about the plight of women through the literary techniques of foreshadowing, paralellism, similes, and imagery.
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Kate Chopin's Awakening / The Role of Women in Society in the Late 19th Century New Orleans
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Kate Chopin's story 'The Awakening' focuses on the life of Edna Pontellier, a wife, mother and a woman vastly conflicted about her notion of self and her role in the world. This perspective is used to represent Chopin's perspectives on the role of women in society, and a concentration on the notion of female subjugation as a major component of this role. This 6 page paper provides support for this as a central theme in Chopin's work, and also reflects upon sections of the text as they defines the relationships and characters in the work.
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Kate Chopin's The Awakening
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A 6 page essay offering a general critique of Kate Chopin's The Awakening. Condemned in 1899, this book has received accolades during the last 25 years as an honest and courageous work. The writer discusses the journey the main character takes in finding herself to the feminist movement and also points out that the main character's husband was also restricted in that time era. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
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Kate Chopin's The Story of an Hour
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Freedom means many things to many people. In The Story of an Hour, by Kate Chopin, freedom is the sum and total of the thematic enterprise. The protagonist's deepest wish is for freedom and Chopin is able to embed both the desire and the attainment of freedom within her writing style through the use of recurring metaphors and symbols, as well as the story line. This 5 page paper argues that freedom from the social constraints of the conventions of gender role during the Victorian era are the first of the freedoms that Chopin addresses. The second is the freedom from the temporal world: death. No additional sources are listed.
Filename: KTchopin.wps


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