Kate Chopin's Short Stories

The setting of the story is very limited; it is confined largely to a room, a staircase, and a front door. How does this limitation help to express the themes of the story?


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This is so the woman and her experience remains isolated. Chopin wants to keep enough information from the reader so she can throw us off with her twist.