The Awakening Essay | Summary and Analysis of the Awakening

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Summary and Analysis of the Awakening

Summary: This essay summarizes and analyzes characters, conflict, and other aspects of The Awakening by Kate Chopin.
The protagonist in The Awakening by Kate Chopin is the character Edna Pontellier. She is a tall, attractive twenty-eight year old woman with yellowish brown hair that almost matches the color of her eyes. Her thick eyebrows, a shade darker than her hair, emphasize the depth of her eyes. Her face contains a certain "frankness of expression" that makes her face captivating and her manner engaging. Edna had been a romantic since she was young. She would easily become infatuated with a man. Even after marrying Leonce, her dreams of romance and passion still exist. However, assuming responsibility as a wife and mother, she keeps these dreams hidden and becomes a respectable woman of the late 1800s.

Then, her personality alters as she finds a new motivation after spending the summer at Grand Isle. The people and experiences Edna comes in contact with on...

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