The Awakening

Edna felt as a young girl that she “must walk on forever, without coming to the end” of the tall grass. Then she admits feeling this summer “as if I were walking through the green meadow again . . . .” What is the significance of this memory? How might it

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The end of your post was cut off. In my opinion, Edna's memory reflects her childishness...... and ultimately, her journey into the unknown. Edna approaches her life, as if she's a young girl.... wandering and making knew discoveries..... unaware of the pitfalls and what lays beyond the tall grass.


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