Connections between Lost In Translation By Eva Hoffman And The Story Of An Hour By Kate Chopin
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A story about a person who is experiencing difficulties.And the other story has that problem as well. the main characters are very alienated from others in and almost trance like state. theres aslso an inability of the main characters to connect with real life. i think the connections between the two of them is in the dysfunctional relationships and messed up societies in which the main characters find themselfs.
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Both lost in translation by eva hoffman and the story of an hour by kate Chopin explore the difficulties that individuals experience relationships. the stories convey a great deal of alienation.....
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Last edited by LilJonWsc; 21-Oct-2010 at 03:47.
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