Symbolism in The Awakening

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Symbolism in The Awakening Article

HortonВ 1В AllieВ HortonВ Ms. В KliebensteinВ APВ LiteratureВ 2В September, В 2014В TheВ AwakeningВ TheВ undeniableВ symbolismВ inВ TheВ AwakeningВ isВ scatteredВ throughoutВ KateВ Chopin'sВ novella. В TheВ mostВ prominentВ ofВ theseВ symbolsВ includeВ birds, В EdnaВ Pontellier'sВ swimmingВ abilities, В andВ herВ manyВ differentВ homes. В KateВ ChopinВ expertlyВ addsВ symbolismВ toВ addВ toВ EdnaВ Pontellier'sВ journey. В TheВ " greenВ andВ yellowВ parrot, В whichВ hungВ inВ aВ cageВ outsideВ theВ door” representsВ EdnaВ atВ theВ beginningВ ofВ theВ book, В theВ beginningВ ofВ herВ journeyВ ofВ selfВ­discoveryВ (1). В DuringВ herВ visitВ toВ GrandВ IsleВ withВ herВ husbandВ LГ©onceВ andВ herВ childrenВ thatВ herВ feelingsВ forВ RobertВ LebrunВ grow. В TryВ asВ sheВ might, В sheВ cannotВ breakВ freeВ fromВ herВ familyВ andВ beВ withВ theВ manВ sheВ trulyВ loves.…...

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