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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