How does the text use clothing and garments (or the lack thereof) to portray Edna’s rebellion against Victorian norms? So far i have come up with a few examples, but that is about it. My first example is in the begginig of the book, when Edna wa sunburny and not wearing any clothes. I said that she rebelled in the way of not acting like her husbands property. I can not for the life of me figure this out.

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Another example of the the clothing in from early in the novel when Adele and Edna are walking on the beach. Adele is wearing pure white clothing which suggests her pure attitude about Creole society and her role in that society. Edna, on...

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