The Awakening

how are the lady in black and the two lovers used symbolically in this chapter?

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The lady in black is somewhat of a religious symbol. She exemplifies mourning, sadness, and the need to fill idle moments with busy hands. The lovers provide the reader with a direct contrast to Edna and her husband. They are everything that Edna and Leonce are not.


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