anonymous
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Help understanding a writing prompt?
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Sure I can help you. What is the prompt?
anonymous
  • anonymous
I'm having a hard time understanding what I'm supposed to write about. this is the writing prompt: In a well-organized essay, explain how Chopin subtly reveals her attitudes, and explain why a large portion of her 1894 readers might object. Now, I've read "A story of an hour" and I have already written half the essay (I was asked to identify the theme and the tone) but I'm confused about what the question is asking me, Some insight please?
anonymous
  • anonymous
Not asking for you to write anything for me, just maybe re-word the question?

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anonymous
  • anonymous
How does she show her attitudes about the problem at hand and why her reader don't like the way she is showing it?
anonymous
  • anonymous
Does that help?
anonymous
  • anonymous
Well, what confuses me is the part "explain why a large portion of her 1894 readers might object.", why would the time period of her readers impact the reactions? :/ I don't know what the teacher's looking for
anonymous
  • anonymous
What was happening in that time period that might affect the readers reading her stories.
anonymous
  • anonymous
if you think about the question in a more expository way you might figure something out trust me
anonymous
  • anonymous
Ok, I came up with a few points to focus my essay on. Do they seem relevant to the question? 1. Idea of women disrespecting men 2. A tragic ending: might be seen as offensive 3. The idea that Mrs. Mallard is free without her husband might be seen as offensive

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