CliffsNotes on Chopin's The Awakening

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page i
  • Table of Contents 1
  • Book Summary 2
  • About the Awakening 4
  • Character List 7
  • Summary and Analysis 9
  • Chapter 1 10
  • Chapter 2 12
  • Chapter 3 13
  • Chapter 4 15
  • Chapter 5 16
  • Chapter 6 17
  • Chapter 7-8 18
  • Chapter 9-11 21
  • Chapter 12-14 23
  • Chapter 15 25
  • Chapter 16 26
  • Chapter 17 27
  • Chapter 18 28
  • Chapter 19 29
  • Chapter 20 30
  • Chapter 21 31
  • Chapter 22 33
  • Chapter 23 34
  • Chapter 24 36
  • Chapter 25 37
  • Chapter 26 39
  • Chapter 27-28 40
  • Chapter 29 41
  • Chapter 30-31 42
  • Chapter 32 44
  • Chapter 33-35 45
  • Chapter 36 47
  • Chapter 37 48
  • Chapter 38 49
  • Chapter 39 50
  • Character Analysis 52
  • Edna Pontellier 53
  • Léonce Pontellier 54
  • Robert Lebrun 55
  • Mademoiselle Reisz 56
  • Kate Chopin Biography 57
  • Critical Essays 59
  • Art in Edna Pontellier’s Life 60
  • Wing Imagery 62
  • Study Help 63
  • Full Glossary 64
  • Essay Questions 70
  • Practice Projects 71
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