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The Story of an Hour
Articles, books, e-books, and streaming videos.
Articles, books, e-books, and streaming videos about Kate Chopin.
The Story of An Hour Literary Criticism
The article presents analyses of the short story "The Story of an Hour," by Kate Chopin. The analyses of the short story were based on different perspectives of a critic such as feminism, archetype, psychoanalysis and structuralism. The topics of several passages from the short story that were explained include grief, physical exhaustion and class power structure.
Kate Chopin in MLA International Bibliography
Includes some full text articles and some linked to other databases or request through interlibrary loan.
Kate Chopin : Five Stories of an Hour
This program consists of five versions of the same short story, "The Story of an Hour" by Kate Chopin, who scandalized American readers in the late 19th century by questioning the social and marital mores of her time. The story examines the behavior and feelings of a woman on the day she is informed of her husband's death. The program includes a reading of the story by Zoe Wanamaker, plus dramatizations by playwrights Kathleen Potter, David Stafford, and Michelene Wandor.
Selected Print Books at Columbia College: