I believe that the reading does show that she was truly in love with her husband. There are references that she was not always in love with her husband does not state that she did not love him at all. Page 16 “ And yet she had loved him- sometimes.” does show that she did love him. At this point in the characters analysis of the information that she had been provided, she was using her coping strategies to keep a positive mind frame.
The story is truly a piece of artwork in which it can be deciphered by different people in many different ways. In my opinion, Louise Mallard loved her husband. She loved him so much that she worked herself up to the point that her sister had to get her from her bedroom. As she arrived back to the main level and