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Feminism in "The Awakening"
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A feminist critique of The Awakening brings about a completely different reading of the book. A feminist reading exhibits the negative depiction of women. It isn't thought that Kate Chopin was intentionally writing a book about the objectification of women or that she was attempting at activism (Showalter 211). In her time, Chopin had no knowledge of the effect her writing would have on women and men alike, or that her work would be "recognized today as the first aesthetically successful novel to have been written by an American woman" (Showalter 203). There…
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