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Infidelity Audiences accustomed to the pieties of late Victorian romantic fiction were taken aback by Chopin's daring portrayal of a woman trapped in a stifling marriage who seeks and finds passionate physical love outside the confines of her domestic situationAside from its unusually frank treatment of a then controversial subject the novel is widely admired today for its lite

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ePUB gigonog.me Î The Awakening eBook ¼ Kate Chopin was an American novelist and short story writer best known for her startling novel The Awakening Born in St Louis she moved to New Orleans after marrying Oscar Chopin in Less than a decade later Oscar's cotton business fell on hard times and they moved to his family's plantation in the Natchitoches Parish of northwestern Louisiana Oscar died in and Kate was suddenl.

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  1. Kristen Kristen says:

    ePUB gigonog.me Î The Awakening eBook ¼ awakening mobile, The Awakening PDFEPUBWhy so many ugly one star reviews? All about as insightful as the ubiuitous one star reviews of Lolita which call Nabokov the man a child molester raving morons who can't distinguish a character from an author and go beyond simply missing the point And how ironic that all these reviews seem to be from women raging that this book which they all obviously read for their 'gender theory' class features a character who abandons her children Ugh women who criticize this as a feminist novel because the main character isn't a good mom and then base their ratings solely on how much they like the main character Do these people only give high ratings to books with characters they like? Do they think women characters in fictional books shouldn't have flaws ennui and basically everything that makes a character good? They want the character to be human but lack any flaws they want her to be a feminist hero but denounce her for not putting her children before herself Is it that they would have a


  2. Samadrita Samadrita says:

    ePUB gigonog.me Î The Awakening eBook ¼ awakening mobile, The Awakening PDFEPUBOften I have witnessed women who proceed to talk about misogyny sexism or state their views on a piece of feminist literature starting their discourse with something along the lines of 'I'm not much of a feministbut' As if it is best to put a considerable distance between themselves and this feared word at the onset and deny any possible links whatsoever As if calling herself a feminist automatically degrades a woman to the position of a venom spewing uncouth unfeminine violent


  3. Elizabeth Elizabeth says:

    ePUB gigonog.me Î The Awakening eBook ¼ awakening mobile, The Awakening PDFEPUBSPOILERS in the commentsOne of the earliest sleep with whoever you want feminist rhetoric books I think much of what feminists fought for and accomplished was vital for protecting women Women have never lived with such freedom I stand behind many of the advances This book however as part of the general 60’s feminist philosophynot the major thinking of the early feminists I believe has had a destructive effect Instead of promoting a philosophy that men should be honest about the power of physical relationships which would have helped to correct many of the true problems and thus would have been truly progressive they encourged women to be just as selfish This type of thought has pulled us backwards Their courage faltered when they didn’t set the standard that was really needed The havoc wreaked on the souls of human beings both those involved in sex


  4. Meredith Holley Meredith Holley says:

    ePUB gigonog.me Î The Awakening eBook ¼ awakening mobile, The Awakening PDFEPUBIn a hearing I observed once the husband testified that he had tried to have his wife served with his petition for divorce in the Costco parking lot The wife went running across the parking lot to avoid service and her eight and ten year old kids ran after her dodging traffic and jumping into the wife’s car as it screeched out of the parking spot The husband filmed them on his iPhone shouting “You’ve been served You’ve been served” The judge commented that it was troubling to watch a video of the kids running through a dangerous parking lot and asked the woman


  5. Matthew Matthew says:

    ePUB gigonog.me Î The Awakening eBook ¼ awakening mobile, The Awakening PDFEPUBThis review is being posted mainly because of the awesome backstory I actually had to read this twice in high school and didn't care for it much either timeBut here comes my great storyWhen I was a sopho in high school I went out with this girl who eventually dumped me and gave the reason that she was only going out with me until the guy she really liked showed interest in her A real downerFast forward to senior year I was in theater and I just so happened to do shows at the all girls school where the aforementioned girl went After a performance I was Albert Peterson in Bye Bye Birdie she came up to me and said that she needed to talk to me and that she was interested in me attending prom with her?? WHAT?? I hadn't talked to her in a couple of years my mind was blownI said yes but I was skeptical While at prom she sat me down for the talk She said that she felt terrible for what she did to me She said that while reading The Awa


  6. Brother Odd Brother Odd says:

    ePUB gigonog.me Î The Awakening eBook ¼ awakening mobile, The Awakening PDFEPUBI'd like to give this book ZERO stars but it's not an option This is hands down the worst book that I've ever read I will never say that again in a review because this one wins that prizeBIG SPOILER AHEAD Be warnedI had to read this thing twice in college and it is a horrible story We are supposed to feel sympathy for a selfish woman with no redeemable ualities Just because her marriage is bad it does not give her the right to be a lousy despicable person Get a divorce? Yes Find new love? Yes Abandon your children be completely self absorbed commit adultery and drown yourself? No no no and no This is my problem with the book Drowning oneself and leaving one's children without the guidance of their mother is a tragedy The book would have you believe it is a triumph Th


  7. James James says:

    ePUB gigonog.me Î The Awakening eBook ¼ awakening mobile, The Awakening PDFEPUB Book Review 4 of 5 stars to The Awakening by Kate Chopin I read this book several years ago and wrote a paper on how society treated women during that period in literature I cut and paste some from it below as I think it offers than a normal review on this one Please keep in mind I'm referring to women in the 19th century ie the characters from the book not thoughts on women today As for the book it's fantastic love seeing what people thought 150 years ago seeing some things never change and some people are just always wrong And for the record I loved Edna thought she had a right to and should have pushed the envelope uest


  8. Ahmad Sharabiani Ahmad Sharabiani says:

    ePUB gigonog.me Î The Awakening eBook ¼ awakening mobile, The Awakening PDFEPUBThe Awakening Kate ChopinThe Awakening is a novel by Kate Chopin first published in 1899 Set in New Orleans and on the Louisiana Gulf coast at the end of the 19th century the plot centers on Edna Pontellier and her struggle between her increasingly unorthodox views on femininity and motherhood with the prevailing social attitudes of the turn of the century American South It is one of the earliest American novels that focuses on women's issues withou


  9. Whitney Atkinson Whitney Atkinson says:

    ePUB gigonog.me Î The Awakening eBook ¼ awakening mobile, The Awakening PDFEPUBWOW probably the most beautifully written book i've ever read plus so much feminism it makes me weak I adore this b


  10. Sanjina Sanjina says:

    ePUB gigonog.me Î The Awakening eBook ¼ awakening mobile, The Awakening PDFEPUBI guess I can understand why The Awakening is considered so important in the development of the feminist canon At the same time I can understand why it was rejected so adamantly in its own time Chopin is an okay writer


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