While trying to read the newspaperer Mr. Pontelier is constantly irritated by the green and yellow parrot standing outside the door. The bird would talk a language which no one understood.
"Allez vous-en! Allez vous-en! Sapristi! That's all right!"
After Mr. Pontellier arrives home drunk from the man's club, he accuses and judges Edna for being a bad mother-women and not taking care of her children as she is supposed to by the rules of society.
What a bad mother-women you are. Raoul has fever and you don't even care
While Mademoiselle Reisz plays the piano Edna starts to cry due to all the passion she feels at the moment. Edna considers her as the only person she could relate to, most certainly because of Mademoiselle Reisz's independent self.
You are the only one I enjoy playing for Edna
Edna starts the process of moving to "The Pigeon house" where she will finally find some of the freedom and independence she had been looking for so long. While in this process Alcee Arobin, one of Edna's intimate friends from Grand Isle that summer, arrives to pay her a visit.
No, I'm the only one that is able to help with this
After Robert comes back from Mexico he sits and eats dinner with Edna while he talks about his trip. Later on when Edna finds out a girl had given him a tobacco pouch she wasn't happy, but rather angry. This meant she most certainly had somewhat feelings for him, after all they had been the whole summer at Grand Isle together.
Mexican women are quite handsome right?
Mexico was great, a girl from there got me this tobacco pouch
My kids... Mr.Pontellier... Raoul... Dr. Mandelet might have understood, but it is too late
Edna goes for a swim trying to find the satisfaction and freedom she has been so desperately looking for, and in that state of confusion she drowns.