The Awakening

The Awakening Chapter 2 Questions

1) Describe Edna Pontellier

2) What kind of person is Robert Lebrun?

3) What shift in point of view is evident in chapter 2?

4) What do you learn about Robert and Edna from their conversation at the end of this chapter?

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In Chapter Two, we see Edna as a woman who is lacking something. In Robert's company, she is congenial, even flirtacious. She also seems to miss her husband.... or at least his presence at their retreat.

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