Ompare and contrast symbolism in a?Story of an Houra? by Kate Chopin and a?The Storma? by Kate Chopin

Research paper assignment: Compare and contrast symbolism in a?Story of an Houra? by Kate Chopin and a?The Storma? by Kate Chopin
Number of source: 3-4 (articles) a I NEED WORK CITED (to show teacher where articles came from)
In the assignment following words are forbidden and can NOT be used (unless they are in quote from the source): so; very; really; well; all forms of a?geta?; all forms of a?seema?; contractions (canat, wonat, itas); a lot; pretty; one as a noun; 2nd person pronouns (you, your, yourself, yours, etc.); all forms of a?appeara?; all forms of a?becomea?, all forms of a?remaina?, all forms ofa? standa?; all forms of a?bea?; very; become; just; our; us; we; wasnat; didnat; lots; really; am; is; was; were; be; being; been; are; so.