Gratuitous French: Her writing is peppered with bits of French

Tropes present in Chopin’s work include: Death by Despair: Although Elizabeth Stock is said to have perished of consumption, the implication is that, at least in part, this was also the case. “The Story of an Hour” provides a more instantaneous example (perhaps Death by Unwanted Shock is a better way to describe it). Downer Ending: An awful lot of stories end either with the deaths of their protagonists or at least with said protagonists becoming fully cognizant of their dissatisfaction with society. Dramatic Irony: “The Story of an Hour”: the main character initially reacts to news of her husband’s death with grief, but upon becoming cognizant that this affords her newfound freedom, she begins to experience joy. However, her husband then returns alive and well, and she experiences a fatal heart attack. She is said to have perished “of joy that kills”, when of course the implication is the precise opposite. Driven to Suicide: Several characters, including the protagonists of The Awakening and “Desir Baby”. Empathic Environment: The weather in “The Storm” corresponds entirely with the main characters’ passion. G Rated Sex: By today’s standards many of her sex scenes come off as this, though the ones in The Awakening were considered so racy at the time that the novel almost wasn’t published. Regardless, they are subtle enough that many contemporary readers completely miss the fact that they are sex scenes. By contrast, “The Storm” is racy even by today’s standards, which is one reason it wasn’t published during her lifetime. Gratuitous French: Her writing is peppered click with bits of French, befitting the Cajun setting. No Good Deed Goes Unpunished: For delivering an urgent message, Elizabeth Stock is fired from her job as postmistress, since she would have had to read the message to deliver it, and doing so was against regulations. Stylistic Suck: “Elizabeth Stock’s One Story” is written with poor grammar to represent its titular character’s lack of education. The Literary Agent Hypothesis that frames the story states that it was the one piece of Stock’s writing that had a coherent narrative. Sympathetic Adulterer: Chopin does not think highly of the institution of marriage as practised during her lifetime and this is clearly evident in her treatment of adultery. “The Storm” even suggests that both the two adulterous characters and their spouses end up happier as a direct result of said adultery, which is another reason it wasn’t published until after her death.

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