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October’s Readers’ Review panel discusses the short-short story "The Story of an Hour" by Kate Chopin, a brief but thought-provoking tale that opens as a young woman receives the news that her husband has died in an accident.
- Karen Stohr assistant professor of philosophy at Mount Saint Mary's College
- Jane Stanton Hitchcock novelist, playwright, and author of the forthcoming book "Social Crimes" (Talk Miramax, June 2002)
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