Figurative Language In The Awakening

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The Awakening by Kate Chopin in 1898, in these time period women still lived in their roles as they should live. Many women disagreed with living in absurd roles, and want they wanted independence of whom they wanted to be. Kate Chopin was a woman who wanted to make a difference of the role herself and women had to live. In result, she made the book The Awakening and used the main character, Edna, to show the struggles of a woman go lived during this time. Chopin also shows the character development Edna goes through a journey to find her independence from the gender role society she lives in. Throughout the novel, Chopin uses figurative language, diction, and imagery to reveal her outraged towards the restricted role of a woman.

In The Awakening,

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