Kate Chopin's Short Stories

The weather is the most obvious element of the story's setting. What other aspects of setting are important to the story?

Kate Chopin The Storm 1899

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We have the shaking and quivering merchandise on the shelves. Yes, you get the metaphor! Nobody is going to enter the shop once the storm is in full motion; let's hope not anyway!