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What is the best reason for considering the title "The Story of an Hour" ironic? a. The events in the story take much longer than an hour. b. In the title, the “story” actually refers to that of
Louise’s life. c. The title is deceptively undramatic compared to the events. d. The words suggest the opposite of their usual meaning.
a. The events in the story take much longer than an hour.
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User: What is the best reason for considering the title "The Story of an Hour" ironic?

User: What is the best reason for considering the title "The Story of an Hour" ironic? a. The events in the story take much longer than an hour. b. In the title, the “story” actually refers to that of Louise’s life. c. The title is deceptively undramatic compared to the events. d. The words suggest the opposite of their usual meaning.

Weegy: a. The events in the story take much longer than an hour.
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User: Which vocabulary word best suggests Mrs. Mallard’s emotional state regarding her marriage before she hears of her husband’s death? a. elusive c. tumultuously b. repression d. importunities

Weegy: b. repression
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User: What was the result of Josephine’s importunities outside her sister’s door? a. They gave support to Mrs. Mallard’s feelings of self-assertion. b. They made Mrs. Mallard impatient and annoyed with her. c. They persuaded Mrs. Mallard to leave her room. d. They led her to overhear Mrs. Mallard weeping.





Weegy: d. They led her to overhear Mrs. Mallard weeping.
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