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Answer one of the following questions listed below in an essay of at least 5 paragraphs. Keeping in mind the discussions that we have had in class over the past weeks about literature, develop a literary analysis that answers one of the questions presented for â€œThe Story of an Hourâ€ or â€œThere Will Come Soft Rains.â€ Your answer to the question should make a statement about the theme of the story and narrow down your thesis statement.
Consider using the literary techniques (symbolism, characterization, setting, tone, irony, foreshadowing, metaphors, etc.) that you could point to in support of your thesis.
Incorporate quotes from â€œThe Story of an Hourâ€ or â€œThere Will Come Soft Rainsâ€ as evidence to support the claim that you are making.
Incorporate at least one quote from your scholarly article that you found and summarized for the “Preparing for the Final Exam” assignment. Be sure to cite that scholarly article both in-text and on a Works Cited
You should take time to plan, organize, write and revise this essay. It will be graded not only for content (analysis, support and documentation), but also for major errors in written composition (e.g. fragments, comma splices, agreement errors, and so forth).
Don’t forget to include a thesis statement that answers the question clearly and includes a road map of three supporting points.
â€œThe Story of an Hourâ€ portrays the marriage of Louise and Brently Mallard. What statement about marriage and gender roles in 1894 is Kate Chopin making?