Kate Chopin: The Story of An Hour
Kate Chopin: The Story of An Hour

The Story of An Hour - Study Guide

Kate Chopin's The Story of An Hour (1894) is considered one of the finest pieces of Feminist Literature. We hope that our study guide is particularly useful for teachers and students to get the most from the story and appreciate its boldness shaking up the literary community of its time.

Here's the story: The Story of An Hour, Character Analysis & Summary, Genre & Themes, Historical Context, Quotes, Discussion Questions, Useful Links, and Notes/Teacher Comments

Kate Chopin: The Story of An Hour
Kate Chopin: The Story of An Hour

Character Analysis & Summary

Kate Chopin: The Awakening
Kate Chopin: The Awakening

Genre & Themes

Seneca Falls Convention: The Declaration of Sentiments
Seneca Falls, NY: The Declaration of Sentiments

Historical Context

Political Farce: Hermann The Irrascible
H.H. Munro (SAKI): Hermann The Irascible


Kate Chopin: Emancipation. A Life Fable
Chopin: Emancipation. A Life Fable

Discussion Questions

Charlotte Perkins Gilman: Herland
Charlotte Perkins Gilman: Herland

Teacher Resources
A Teacher's Work Is Never Done

Notes/Teacher Comments

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