The Story Of An Hour: Irony

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This is an eerie forshadowing for an even more unexpected ending. The reader has just accepted Louise's reaction to her husband's death, when the most unexpected happens; her husband is actually alive and he enters the room shocking everyone, and Louise especially, as she is shocked to death...
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She lived in the true sense of the word, with the will and freedom to live for only one hour.
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