- Edna vaguely wondered what she meant by "life's delirium."Chapter 18 (99% in)
- She was moved by a kind of commiseration for Madame Ratignolle,—a pity for that colorless existence which never uplifted its possessor beyond the region of blind contentment, in which no moment of anguish ever visited her soul, in which she would never have the taste of life's delirium.Chapter 18 (98% in)
There are no more uses of "delirium" in The Awakening.
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