Summary Of Kate Chopin's The Awakening

“You have been a very foolish boy, wasting your reaming time of impossible things when you speak of Mr. Pontellier setting me free! I am no longer one of Mr. pontellier possessions to dispose of or not. I give myself where I choose.” (P108). When Robert came back from Mexico Edna was not have this earlier level of intimacy, and their talk is awkward and strained. Edna tried to make an intimate detail about his Mexican girl, but Robert was avoiding to talk about her. Edna by that time was on affair with Arobin that I thought she was in love with hem and she forget all about Robert. Edna was not sure about her feeling, but when Robert came back all her emotions about him came back with his return. Edna was not happy to see Arobin when she was …show more content…
If Edna did not take the love’s adventure for Robert, she will remain her life as Mrs. Pontellier and practice her Carole’s culture as any other regular wife. Her love changes her life and make her relies that life has other concept than marriage and making family. I think by that time Kate Chopin the writer wants to make revolution to attract the attention to women’s desire. The women that her father want her to be and encourage her husband to not have such mercy with her and he need to use his authority as a husband over his wife. We do know that he was a good husband and try to make her happy on all the way that he thinks would attract any woman, but Edna was unique. Edna value that she was human been not one of her father’s favorite horse, or her husband expensive diamond. Edna married her husband because her father and her sister force her to married catholic man from the Carole culture. Edna try her best to accept her life, but she never been happy even with her own children she was unstable some time she enjoyed their company and some other time she did not miss them when they visit their

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