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Do you think Mr.Mallard's grieving process will be similar to Mrs. Mallard's? If yes,find reasons. If no,find reasons. In this context, discuss how freedom and confinement are subjective,even though people may not demonstrate it.


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I believe Mr. Mallard will grieve for his wife, but his reaction will in no way be the same. Mr. Mallard hs always had freedom of movement, lived his own life, and done as he pleased. Men did not have the same restrictions placed upon them as women. None-the-less, depending upon the state of their marriage, which we are never apprised of from his view, he might be just as happy as she was...... we will never know.


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