1. Why is it more powerful for Edna to neglect her household than to have temper tantrums?
2. Why had Leonce always been a courteous husband?
3. How does Leonce’s anger contribute to Edna’s awakening?
4. How does Leonce feel about Edna’s painting?
5. Why is Adele’s piano playing different from Edna’s painting?
6. What can’t Leonce see about Edna when he says she’s “not herself”?
7. Why does Edna notice the housemaid’s back and shoulders?
8. How does Edna feels when she...
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