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The American writer Kate Chopin's masterpiece, The Awakening published in the late 19th century is one of the classics in female literature. The heroine Edna having the courage to pursue self-reliance and express her self-awareness, is regarded as a "new woman", while the comments on her husband, Mr. Pontellier are quite negative-He regards Edna as a private property and a sexual tool, leading to her awakening and suicide. In this paper, the author reinterprets Mr. Pontellier with the method ofdoi:10.17265/2159-5836/2014.12.002 fatcat:glooot2ikbcadpwn3icxuyapei