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In Kate Chopins novel The Awakening the characters of the Creole men are diverse and different as the character Edna Most of Kate Chopins stories center around a Woman unsatisfied with her position in life while living in a man dominated society The three main characters are typical men of that era Chopin shows the diversity in each of those three characters Roberts awakening and the struggle to do what is the right thing Alcee and how he is carefree and not concerned with societys expectations of him and so has a reputation Mr Pontiller a business man first and foremost with little left for wife and familyRobert did the right and noble thing by leaving to go to Mexico so as to not have to see the object of his forbidden love Alcee sees Edna as another one of his conquest and does not give up pursuing her at all cost Alcee has not concern of what society thinks of him so he is able to do as he pleases Mr Pontieller while he believes himself to be a kind husband is a typical businessman of the era He wants his wife to obey him He wants the perfect Creole wife one who can help him excel in the business world he loves so muchIn exploring these three men in Kate Chopins The Awakening there are certain aspects of each while different the same All live in the 1800s were morale reputation was considered to be the utmost importance to the businessman yet Alcee seems unconcerned with any morale or business responsibility In exploring the character of Robert who seems to be at a crossroad in his life Search for his fortune find a wife prosper and be respectable or do the unthinkable and follow his heartMr Pontellier is the typical Creole husband and businessmanLeonce is convinced that fulfilling monetary needs excuses the paucity of time he spends with the children never presuming
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