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An Alternative Ending to Chopin's 'The Awakening'
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A six page paper incorporating an alternative concluding paragraph to Kate Chopin's famous feminist novel. The paper includes an in-depth discussion of why this new ending, in which the protagonist Edna Pontellier is saved from suicide and decides to change her life, is more satisfactory than one in which the protagonist simply gives up. No additional sources.
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Character, Conflict, Theme in Chopin’s “The Awakening”
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A seven page paper looking at this important feminist novel by Kate Chopin. The paper shows how Chopin uses the conflict within the character of the protagonist to develop the novel’s theme. Bibliography lists three sources.
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Children and Maternal Instincts in Chopin’s “The Awakening”
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A five page paper looking at the way Kate Chopin deals with her protagonist’s lack of maternal instinct in her 1899 novel. The paper notes that Edna Pontellier is not a good mother, although she is not a bad woman; yet her inability to fit into the social parameters of domesticity ultimately becomes her undoing. No additional sources.
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Chopin’s “The Awakening” and the Influence of Emerson
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A 6 page paper looking at Kate Chopin’s 1899 novel in terms of its inheritance from Ralph Waldo Emerson. The paper points out that Emerson felt one’s ultimate authority is oneself, and Chopin’s protagonist Edna Pontellier relied heavily on self-direction in developing her life. Bibliography lists six sources.
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Feminism and Change in Chopin and Woolf
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An eight page paper comparing two short stories from the turn of the twentieth century: 'A Respectable Woman' by Kate Chopin and Virginia Woolf's 'A Society.' The paper shows how in their treatment of feminism, each refutes the restrictive character of Victorianism and welcomes the Modern age. Bibliography lists six sources.
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