Write about "The Story of an Hour" by Kate Chopin Think about what you believe the theme/point is behind the story. After you have a plan, begin to write a draft of your short fiction essay. Use a couple of the elements of plot, character, point of view, setting, symbolism, tone style or theme (PLEASE CHOOSE 2).Please use New Criticism (Psychological Criticism,Historical Criticism, Biographical Criticism, Marxist and Social Criticism,Feminist Criticism, or Reader-Response Criticism) to interpret your chosen short story within your essay; that is, you should offer a close reading of your chosen short story. Please cite from your chosen short story, and do not use any other additional sources in your work. Your interpretation must be at least 500 words. Use MLA format and citations in this essay. Make sure your essay has a clear introduction and thesis statement (topic plus point about that topic) at the bottom of your introduction. Please introduce your chosen short story in your introduction. Make sure your body paragraphs are focus on proving your thesis statement theme of the story. Do not summarize the story. use literary present and third person in your essay Make sure to have a conclusion that does not bring in new information.