Chopin “The Story of an Hour”
To be in a traditional society with conflicting beliefs may be a problem for many; however, author Kate Chopin challenged the beliefs by bringing the readers more provoking literature they could actually touch, see and feel. Most of society at the time could only scoff at her creativity. She created stories that were narrated with developing characters, planned authority, and wonderful antagonism. The world of emotions she brought to the readers that society despised. “The Story of an Hour” reveals just how talented Kate Chopin truly was. By uniting the plot and the developments of the character, with her alluring vocabulary, and never forgetting her recounted antagonism. It was brilliant.
The literary talent Kate Chopin experienced was effected in great part by her up bringing. She was raised by her mother and grandmother. Her father died when she was only four years old. Giving credit to her grandmother and mother it was thought they were responsible for her philosophies and convictions. The strong role models these two women played made Chopin’s desire for more unorthodox roles for women. Her writings are classified in the literary movement as Realism. The Realism movement took place in the 19th century (vcu.edu). When the writing characterizes everyday occurrences, questionable societies, and opposing cooperation. The association to Realism is obvious in “The Story of an Hour”.
Chopin’s integral qualities of convicting two fictional plots by adding the development of the character is an outstanding look at her works. The plot to this story would contain a chain of events following their correlation and resolutions. The character developments that Chopin amplifies will allow the readers to become more intimate and feel more connected to the the story. The plot drives the narration through it’s high’s and low’s. Allowing the characters to stay with you...