1. What is Monsieur Ratignolle doing when Edna enters the drugstore?
2. How are the pains of childbirth first described as Edna sees Adele?
3. Why isn’t Dr. Mandelet upset at Adele’s “upraidings”?
4. What is the vague dread Edna began to feel?
5. Why do Edna’s childbirths seem unreal and far away?
6. How would Edna explain the need for chloroform?
7. Why doesn’t Edna leave when she wants to?
8. Why does Edna revolt against nature?
9. What are Adele’s final words to...
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