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I read this book and it resonated with me more then any book ever has. Has anyone else read it?
 

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Had to read it for my American Lit class last semester; the majority of it didn't leave much of a mark on me, but analyzing the novel as either feminist or anti-feminist on my final for the book did, and made me think a lot....
 

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Yes -I remember liking it but it's been a while. All I remember about it now is that she walks into the ocean at the end. Right? Or am I thinking of something else?
 

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JCar said:
Yes -I remember liking it but it's been a while. All I remember about it now is that she walks into the ocean at the end. Right? Or am I thinking of something else?
Yes. That's it. My English Degree is finally worth something...I get to confirm a statement on a message board!
 

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JCar said:
Yes -I remember liking it but it's been a while. All I remember about it now is that she walks into the ocean at the end. Right? Or am I thinking of something else?
Yes. That's it. My English Degree is finally worth something...I get to confirm a statement on a message board!
Well I have an English degree too, but I couldn't remember. So I guess it is twice as useless for me!

I think I read it in one of my American lit classes but I always blur Henry James, Wharton, and Chopin together -so it is hard to remember what is what at times.
 

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JCar said:
I think I read it in one of my American lit classes but I always blur Henry James, Wharton, and Chopin together -so it is hard to remember what is what at times.
:flush :dead Edith Wharton makes me want to kills myself. If you ever want to torture someone just make them read "Ethan Frome".
 
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