The Story of an Hour by Kate Chopin
3 pages (750 words)
The Story of an Hour. It has aptly been observed that humans are lover of freedom, and seldom compromise on their liberty and independence. Somehow, being the follower of some religious faith, as well as part of one or more social establishments, they have to abide by the prevailing social norms, cultural values, religious beliefs, taboos, traditions and conventions, which bind them in one way or the other with the several socio-cultural ties, and hence adversely impose bar on their freedom of thought and action.