The Awakening Essay | The Awakening

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The Awakening

Summary: Essay examines what importance Chopin assign to the ocean in "The Awakening."
Every one person has a place that they can go to for comfort, peace, and to let all their emotions run free. In the novel, The Awakening by Kate Chopin, Edna, a young woman, a wife to Leonce Pontellier and a mother to Raoul and Etienne, spends her summer time at the Grande Isle. The Grande Isle is where the Pontellier's summer home is located; it is a place aside from their home in New Orleans. While spending time there, Edna falls in love with a young man named Robert. As she goes through her troubles and mishaps, the one place that she feels comfortable being in is the ocean. Whenever she is sad, she goes to the beach for comfort, and the ocean is the one place that she feels at ease. The ocean becomes Edna's place to get away, it is the start of a romance...

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