Freedom In Chopin's The Awakening

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Edna wrote a letter to Leonce about her moving out, and he wrote back saying that he does not like the idea of her moving out. He then said that he was going to say that the house was being renovated, and that him and Edna were going to travel abroad. Chopin uses this information to describe how Edna feels about this new freedom: Chopin uses language, word choice, and the theme of awakening, to represent how Edna is able to see her own awakening, which serves as a major progression into a new individual, and what she has conquered to become this new individual. Chopin uses the words of, “relieving herself obligations”, to show how Edna’s responsibilities have been conquered. With these responsibilities gone, she is able to be an individual
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