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Edna Pontellier in The Awakening

   
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Edna refuses to succumb to the basis of society and completely defies her husband. Edna is able to break away and publicly show her awakening when she moves out of her family's house and into what is nicknamed the "pigeon house," (Chopin, 1972, p. 142)...
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142). The image of birds return to the story (the first being the birds in the first chapter) and this reference gives the reader a vision of Edna as a bird with broken wings (MacDonald, 1999). Edna uses this house to escape her home, her husband and her life (Wyatt, 1995)...
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