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The caged parrot repeats "Alezz vous-en! Alezz vous-en! Sapristi!" which translate to "Go away, go away for heaven's sake!"
What is significant about the parrot's words?
The words represent Edna's feelings.
Parrots are easily manipulated animals.
The owners of the bird are rude.
The bird is speaking for Madame Lebrun, who is tired of hosting so many people during the summer.
The bird is voicing the opinion of those who are spending their summer at Grand Isle.