1. How does Edna feel when she wakes up?
2. How does she plan to melt Robert’s reserve?
3. What does she daydream about?
4. From whom does Edna receive letters that morning?
5. How does Edna answer Leonce’s letter?
6. What does Edna do with Alcee’s letter?
7. How does Edna’s next few days pass?
8. What does Edna do to try to see Robert?
9. Why does Edna enjoy the fastness of her ride with Alcee?
10. How do Edna’s feelings change after not seeing Robert for a few...
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