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One observer say of narrator, that ‘madness be her only freedom’ u agree with this? What other options she have?

I not agree with this because narrator know what she want, but her husband not let her desire be fulfilled. Narrator wanted to write, and express herself but he not let her do that. She wanted to socialize and go out, but he not let her have that freedom. Other choices she have be socializing and writing.

  • English - ms. sue -

    Your ideas are good. But as you pointed out, the only freedom she had was within her own mind. She became independent of her husband within her own mind.

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    thanks very much ms. sue :)

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