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Thesis: Through many hardships and tribulations, Chiyo Sakamoto undergoes a metamorphosis in which she ultimately is forced to lose her innocence after coming to terms with the inevitability of change. Outline: 1. Core Component 1: Explain how Chiyo suffered and what she sacrificed growing up that led to a loss of innocence. a. Subcomponent 1: Chiyo was sold by her parents, separated from her sister, and forced into a new life she had to now call “home”. i. Quote 1: “I was without my father, without my mother-without even the clothing I'd always worn.
The protagonist moved out of her husband’s house when she started earning her own money. She was obsessed with the idea of becoming an independent woman, and she only thought that she can only become independent when she is away from her husband. She abandoned Robert her husband and her children in her quest for self actualization. Edna was running away from what the society de... ... middle of paper ... ...d and children, the protagonist wanted more from life and this led to her downfall ultimately. She strayed from her responsibilities as a mother and wife, and embraced her intense desire for self fulfillment which she never got in her relationships.