The Awakening by Kate Chopin SYMBOLS
In The Awakening, author Kate Chopin used several significant symbols that illustrate the actions and feelings of her main character, Edna Pontellier, throughout the book. Chopin used various birds, clothing and garments, music played on pianos, and lastly, the sea to symbolize the true identity within Edna, a woman whose search for her own individuality taught her the value of freedom and happiness.
<Tab/>The Awakening started with a parrot in a cage, squawking phrases using a little of English, Spanish, French, and such a language that no one quite understood. Sitting nex…
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