Mlle reisz tells edna the bird that would soar above

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Mlle Reisz tells Edna, “The bird that would soar above the level plain of tradition and prejudice must have strong wings. It is a sad spectacle to see weaklings bruised, exhausted, fluttering back to earth.” Do you think Edna is strong enough to soar? Why, why not?
2.)Arobin kisses Edna. What are the implications? Remember what the doctor said about Arobin.
Chapter XXVIII1.)How does Edna feel after the kiss?
Chapter XXIX1.)Who are the “thousand muffled voices” telling Edna to leave her home?
2.)Describe Edna’s demeanor concerning moving.
Chapter XXX
Emeka UgwuAP English IV31 January 20171.)We learn the second line of the song that Robert sang to Edna. What is that line? Why is it important? Why does Edna not want Victor to sing that song?
Chapter XXXI1.)Arobin walks Edna to her new house. How does he treat her when they arrive?
Chapter XXXII1.)How does Leonce react to Edna’s move?
2.)What is Leonce most worried about? What actions does he take?
Chapter XXXIII1.)What is the advice Adele gives Edna? How does Adele feel about Arobin?
2.)Describe the meeting of Robert and EdnaEdna is surprised to see Robert at Mlle Reisz’s house. She asks him why he didn’t write
3.)Robert sees Arobin’s photograph in Edna’s “pigeon house.” How does he react?Robert asks questions about the pictures, and begins to get suspicious. He thinks something is going on between Edna & Arobin.Chapter XXXIV1.)Describe the meeting of Arobin and Robert.

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