Infidelity In Kate Chopin's The Awakening

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Not only does our author Kate Chopin allude to the theme of nature and religion but she also focuses on the positive impact of infidelity through her characters. Calixta started our journey with being a suffocated housewife who is unhappy with her current state of mind and then transforms into a lovely housewife who is already preparing the dinner, setting the tables, and greeting her family with happy hugs and smiles. What may have been a source of tension in the past, trudging home with mud on their clothing, is no longer an issue to Calixta. Bobinôt is ready to defend with apologies and explanations, but Calixta is too thrilled to see her family and is still in a state of joy from the affair that she is overly happy to see the can of shrimps

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