The Awakening, and Selected Stories - Study Guide The Awakening, Chapters 21-25 Summary & Analysis

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Mademoiselle Reisz is excited to see Edna. She tells Edna Robert sent her a letter, but that it might as well have been sent to Edna, for she was all Robert talked about.

Mademoiselle Reisz gives Edna the letter to read, and plays a piece of music Robert had requested for Edna. Before leaving, Edna asks if she can visit again. Mademoiselle Reisz later finds the letter on the floor, still damp with Edna's tears.

In chapter twenty-two, Mr. Pontellier visits his friend and family physician, Dr. Mandelet, because he is concerned about Edna. Léonce says Edna is not acting like herself, and tells the doctor, "She's got some sort of notion concerning the eternal rights of women." The doctor asks if Edna has been "associating of late with a circle of pseudo-intellectual women — super-spiritual beings." Léonce says...

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