Speed That Kills: The Role of Technology in Kate Chopin's THE STORY OF AN HOUR

@article{Foote2013SpeedTK,
  title={Speed That Kills: The Role of Technology in Kate Chopin's THE STORY OF AN HOUR},
  author={Jeremy Foote},
  journal={The Explicator},
  year={2013},
  volume={71},
  pages={85 - 89}
}
Kate Chopin's “The Story of an Hour” has been taught and analyzed almost exclusively from a feminist perspective. As Lawrence Berkove writes, “There has been …virtual critical agreement on what the... 

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