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Which of the following sentences from the beginning of Chapter 19 demonstrates Edna's acceptance of her self-awakening?
Select ALL that apply.
"Edna could not help but think it was very foolish, very childish, to have stamped upon her wedding ring and smashed the crystal vase upon the tiles."
"She was visited by no more outbursts, moving her to such futile expedients."
"She began to do as she liked and to feel what she liked."
"She had resolved to never take another step backwards."
"'Oh! I don't know. Let me alone; you bother me.'"