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The Awakening, Chapters 11-15 Summary

When Mr. Pontellier arrives at the cottage in chapter eleven, he's surprised to find Edna lying outside in the hammock. Mr. Pontellier insists that Edna go inside to bed with him, but she refuses, speaking sharply and angrily to her husband.

Chapter twelve begins the next day. Edna feels impulsive. She summons Robert to go with her to the Chênière Caminada. During the boat ride, Robert speaks to a young Spanish girl named Mariequita. After they arrive at the church in chapter thirteen, Edna begins to feel ill and sleepy. Robert takes Edna to Madame Antoine's home, where Edna sleeps for hours. She spends the rest of the day enjoying Robert's company. Edna does not return to Grand Isle until late.

When Edna returns in chapter fourteen, Madame Ratignolle tells her that Étienne was naughty, and Léonce was...

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