1. Why does Edna say she is a wicked woman?
2. Why does she think at the same time that she is not?
3. What is Alcee’s response to Edna’s question?
4. What is significant about Alcee’s response?
5. What does Mademoiselle Reisz tell Edna about courage?
6. How does Edna feel after kissing Alcee?
7. What is the significance of the reproach Edna imagines from Robert?
8. What does Edna understand about life after being with Alcee?
9. What specifically does Edna not feel?
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