Edna's Creativity In The Awakening

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In the novel, “The Awakening” by Kate Chopin, Edna is a woman in the late 1880s and early 1900s who is trying to her true inner self. Edna rebels against the Creole society, and in this she finds her ultimate goals. Edna is a well rounded character with both positive and negative traits, including her: creativeness, uncaringness, and disloyal. Edna’s creativity is shown throughout the novel. Edna in one scene was talking about being an artist. Edna says, “ ‘Painting!’ “ laughed Edna. “ ‘ I am becoming an artist. Think of it?’ “ (Chopin 68). When Edna said she was becoming an artist, it proves her creativity. One of Edna’s characteristics is that she is creative. One of the two negative characteristics is that Edna acted that she is uncaring,

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