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Essay | Analysis of The Awakening by Kate Chopin

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Analysis of The Awakening by Kate Chopin

Summary: The Awakening, Chopin Kate: analyzes literary techniques/competentcy using descriptions from the novel. Examines reviews by critics and discusses Kate Chopin's place in literature.
Kate Chopin was a controversial writer in her time. Many critics

believe that her novel The Awakening was a poor written attempt by s a

short story author. Jane Le Marquand stated that Chopin had a greater

"emphasis on character rather than plot." (Le Marquand) The messages given

through Chopin stories impacted society of that time, but many agree that

her techniques lacked important literary devices that are crucial to having

a "masterpiece." Although many critique her literary style, Chopin

powerfully uses many devices in order to reveal the actual meanings of her

literature.

The Awakening begins in a summer resort called the Grand Isle during

the late 1800s. The Grand Isle houses the wealthy Creoles from New Orleans.

Edna Pontellier is on vacation with her husband, Leonce and their two sons,

Etienne & Raoul . There she meets Robert Leburn, son of the owner...

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