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Awakening in The Writings Of Kate Chopin

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Title: Awakening in The Writings Of Kate Chopin
Authors: Gartrell, Virginia Agnew
Keywords: English
Womens Studies
Issue Date: 20 Nov 2015
Publisher: University of Hawaii at Manoa
Abstract: Kate Chopin was a writer in a time when it was difficuIt for women to write and she wrote things about women that society didn't want her to say. Her greatest work, The Awakening, was banned in the libraries of her own hometown. The novel was neglected hv critics and the reading public for many years, but is currently gaining the support of a new audience, making it important now to re-examine The Awakening, Kate Chopin, and what she was trying to say.
Pages/Duration: 88 pages
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