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In the "inert" world of the drawing room (Squier 69) Vida's "foreign" pangs, which produce her remarkability, the originality of her sharp critique of existing social arrangements, are figured as "restlessness," a malady for which a conventional prescription is offered: marriage (115).
In hopes of narrowing the gap between those who aspire to remarkability and those who've already achieved it, Eikenberry provides plenty of "Now Steps," exercises for evaluating and improving one's position that can be implemented in short order.