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"She knew she would once she saw the sort, tender hands folded in death, the face that had never looked save with love upon her, fixed dead and gray. But she saw beyond that bitter moment a long procession of years to come that would belong to her completely"(Chopin 15). When a couple gets married the vows state until death do they part, but Mr. and Mrs. Mallard took those vows literally. Mrs. Mallard and her husband's marriage seemed to have more issues than others. In Kate Chopin's informative article "Story of an Hour", the author introduces several symbolic references to character to illustrate Mrs. Mallard's mixed feelings in regards to her husband's unexpected departure. On the flip side, Richards's life seemed vastly different from that of Mr. and Mrs. Mallard. Richard's is living a wonderful life with no things Mrs. Mallard is going through. Richard's has a good life since he will do anything that he desires without someone telling him exactly what to do. He is free from the pressure and struggles that couples undergo during life. Richards is a powerful man physically and emotionally. In this time period the guy brings home all the money to support his wife and children. The wife wasn't permitted to work during this time unless she had special permission to do so. In Mrs. and Mr. Mallards case it seems like Mrs. Mallard was doing all of the work. It seemed like Mrs. Mallard always had a project making certain the Mr. Mallard had whatever he wanted and that is why she probably just gave him up. Mrs. Mallard wears the pants in this household. She was constantly their only as Richards was. Mrs. Mallard does not require a guy their in her own life if she can take care of her self like she is. In case Mr. Mallard was a man I'm...