Portrayal of women based on their class and societal views

Some literature provides a certain portrayal of women based on their class and societal views. these differ from story to story. What is the role of women/the role of class/status or the depiction of women mean to the story and how does it support the theme, plot, and setting of the story?
The essay should refer to the short stories: “The story of an hour” by Kate Chopin and “A Rose for Emlily” by William Faulkner

 

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