The Story of an Hour by Kate Chopin

Write a research/analysis essay on The Story of an Hour by Kate Chopin

Please use these sources only!!!!!!! :
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Length: Four full pages, not including the Works Cited page.

For an A paper, students should write an analysis of one of the stories on the reading assignment list. For the best results, focus on the literary devices in the story. You’ll find material on literary devices in the Student Resources module.

Where does the research part come in? The best way to research literary criticism about the story is to find articles in the Literary Sources database in our online library. Literary Sources is the easiest, fastest way to find peer-reviewed literary criticism articles.

FYI: Our online librarian, Ms. Sarah Paige, has put together an excellent resource for students looking for articles online. Her video is in the Student Resources module. Check it out!