Read the excerpt from chapter 34 of the awakening. "fine fellow, that lebrun," said arobin when robert had gone. "i never heard you speak of him." "i knew him last summer at grand isle," she replied. what becomes apparent during this conversation? robert and arobin are both aware they are rivals for edna’s affections. arobin is unaware of robert’s role in edna’s life, but robert is aware of arobin’s role. robert is completely unaware of arobin’s romantic intentions and love for edna. robert has much more confidence in himself than arobin does.
Arobin is unaware of Robert's role in Edna's life, but Robert is aware of Arobin's role.
The love is not what Edna has been wanting. This is because Arobin was to introduce her to the excellent experience of having sex. This is so because this was not common between her husband and her. She, therefore, felt good when enjoying the act of lovemaking that acting of the account of the person’s pleasure. The affair gave her a chance of becoming an individual, and the actions of Arobin were evident to the effects of Edina immediately she followed his cases.
Arobin is unaware of Robert’s role in Edna’s life, but Robert is aware of Arobin’s role.