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1.How does Léonce’s behavior when he returns from the Klein Hotel reveal his attitude toward his wife?
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2.What shows the reader more signs of the marital conflict between the Pontelliers?3.3. Discuss how sounds are used as a backdrop to the scene of disagreement between Léonce and Edna. How is the sea used as a symbol?4.How does the gift Edna receives from her husband symbolize her marriage and most marriages of this time?CHAPTER IVVocabularyamicable –friendlyample –more than enoughanticipating –expectingatonement –to right a wrong, to make amendsbodice –a vestCreole –a person descended from the original French settlers of Louisianadroll –oddly amusingefface –to make unimportant, to wipe outembodiment –the perfect exampleesteemed –to have great regard forimpervious –incapable of being hurtinsidious –more dangerousiota –a very small amountsubsequent –that which follows1.Describe the unusual nature of the relationship between Edna and her children.2.What satiric comment does the narrator make concerning “mother-woman”? Cite specific words that reveal the satiric nature of these comments.3.Who is Adéle Ratignolle, and how is she the embodiment of the “mother-woman”?4.How does the fact that Edna is not a Creole affect her relationship with others on Grand Isle?5.Support the following statement as a possible the me in the novel: there is danger in novels that can confuse susceptible women.CHAPTER VVocabularyaptitude –talentcongenial – agreeable; sharing common tastes and interestscontemptuous –scornfuldetain –keep from leaving earnest– genuineentreaty –requestimperative –powerful; importantinconsolable – unable to be calmednaivete – extreme innocence, foolish simplicityprostrating – knellingremonstrate –to make objectionssensuous –that which stimulates the sensessonorous –full, deep, rich soundvouchsafe –bestow, give, grant

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