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By the end of Chapter 4, the reader is highly aware about what concerning Edna?
Edna is unlike other women in early 20th century society.
Edna is working toward becoming a better mother to please Mr. Ratignolle.
Edna feels comfortable around the Creoles because Mr. Ratignolle is of Creole descent.
Edna is interested in discussing pregnancy with other women.
Edna looks to Adéle as a role model.