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Q: When Mrs. Mallard reflects that, "It was only yesterday she had thought with a shudder that life might be long," she becomes aware of the irony that she a. had worried about a life that she now knows
will be short. b. has not been punished for such unacceptable thoughts. c. now desired something she had previously feared. d. had not valued her husband properly until she lost him.
A: a. had worried about a life that she now knows will be short.
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User: When Mrs. Mallard reflects that, "It was only yesterday she had thought with a shudder that life might be long," she becomes aware of the irony that she a. had worried about a life that she now knows will be short. b. has not been punished for such unacceptable thoughts. c. now desired something she had previously feared. d. had not valued her husband properly until she lost him.

Weegy: a. had worried about a life that she now knows will be short.
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User: What is the meaning of the following passage from the story? A kind intention or a cruel intention made the act seem no less a crime as she looked upon it in that brief moment of illumination. a. Mrs. Mallard finally realizes that her husband had been cruel to her when she thought he was being kind. b. She hadn’t known until now whether her husband’s intention had been cruel or kind. c. She now understands that imposing your own will on someone is a crime, no matter whether the intention is cruel or kind. d. She suddenly understands that her self-assertion is a crime, whether her intention was cruel or kind.

Weegy: c. She now understands that imposing your own will on someone is a crime, no matter whether the intention is cruel or kind.
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User: In “The Story of an Hour,” Kate Chopin is primarily concerned with the a. sacrilege of rejoicing at someone’s death. b. importance of confirming reports of tragic events. c. difficulty of distinguishing between illusion and reality. d. individual’s right to self-expression.

Weegy: In “The Story of an Hour,” Kate Chopin is primarily concerned with the d. individual’s right to self-expression. ...............
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