Dishonesty In Kate Chopin's The Awakening

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Dishonesty is a decision. Whethere it is done with good or bad intentions, the wrong doing is still occuring. In the novel The Awakening, KAte Chopin reveals some of the many realities of life. Although some choose to ignore it, others somehow embrace or even take advanatage of their ability to lie. In the novel, the main character, Edna reveals herself to be immensely dishonest to both herself and those surrounding her for freedom.

Every situation has it own point of view. In the novel, Edna attempted to convinved herself that whateer dishonesty she was doing was not wrong. She seems to be drowning herself in her own issues. throughout the novel, she commits moral crimes such as maintaining a false marriage. As the story unfolds, Edna proves

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