The Awakening Culminating Activity - The Awakening By Kate Chopin Culminating Activity Obviously the title of the piece The Awakening has strong

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The Awakening By Kate Chopin Culminating Activity Obviously, the title of the piece, The Awakening , has strong significance to the character, setting and theme of the novel. Below, find 3 different instances in which you believe Edna found her “awakening” within the story. Quote the situation, cite correctly, and write the significance. Be prepared to share. The Awakening Quote Page Number Significance ““One of these days," she said, "I'm going to pull myself together for a while and think--try to determine what character of a woman I am; for, candidly, I don't know. By all the codes which I am acquainted with, I am a devilishly wicked specimen of the sex. But some way I can't convince myself that I am. I must think about it.”” (Chopin 87) chapter 27 page 87 Mrs. Pontellier realizes that if she acts like herself, society will label her as a bad woman. In their society, wives have these, sort of, expectations of how their supposed to act. She doesn't want to be the woman she is “expected” to be she wants to

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