Kate Chopin, The Awakening Case Studies in Contemporary Criticism
( Case Studies In Contemporary Criticism ; Kate Chopin
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It is a genre of books about women who have married wrong, through no fault of their own, and have come to regret that fact, and it is often an insuperable task to escape from such bonds.
I am reading a book by Kate Chopin, and I have to say that she is one of the great authors in literature, and was well ahead of her time on matters of women's equality, especially since her main works were written in the 1880s and 1890s.
The growth of Edna is very rapid and you have to consider whether or not she did the right thing.
The book is a great one about women's liberation and the fight they lost, but more of a woman who is struggling to free herself from a patriarchy, because I paid for a very good copy and got one that was full of someone else's notes and markings.
When I read the publication date, I thought it would be dated, but I was wrong; the language is not modern, but it does not detract from the resonance of the story.