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Women's issues in Kate Chopin's The awakening

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Published in 1899, Kate Chopin's The Awakening refused to shy away from its progressive depictions of femininity and womanhood, defying and challenging the status quo. This informative edition explores the theme of women's issues as they relate to The Awakening, investigating topics such as independence, inequality, and identity. Readers are provided with an extensive bibliography of author Kate Chopin, a series of essays the expand upon themes of gender found within the text, and a selection of modern thought on gender and gender roles.
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subject_facet Chopin, Kate, -- 1850-1904 -- Political and social views, Chopin, Kate, -- 1850-1904. -- Awakening, Electronic books, Sex role in literature, Suicide in literature, Upper class women -- Social conditions -- United States, Upper class women -- United States -- Social conditions, Women in literature
title_display Women's issues in Kate Chopin's The awakening
title_full Women's issues in Kate Chopin's The awakening / Dedria Bryfonski, book editor, Women's issues in Kate Chopin's The awakening [electronic resource] / Dedria Bryfonski, book editor
title_short Women's issues in Kate Chopin's The awakening
topic_facet Chopin, Kate, Political and social views, Sex role in literature, Social conditions, Suicide in literature, Upper class women, Women in literature