Chapter 6 of Kate Chopin's The Awakening teems with rhetorical and grammatical gems. Her insight into the female mind of the late nineteenth century enlightens readers and invokes consideration of the imprisonment women of that time suffered.
To view our visual interpretation of one of her sentences, click here.
The author's dramatic diction, further elaborated here, enforces her tragic emotions evoked by the then taboo thoughts and feelings she simply couldn't shake.
Chopin's syntax illustrates the chaotic and unorganized beginning to her perilous journey of self-discovery. See here.