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    Analysis of “Trifles” by Susan Glaspell

    Susan Glaspell’s play Trifles raises several questions on the nature of justice, whether or not it’s relative or absolute, as nicely as questions of the character of gender roles. One can’t assist but see that the characters of the play have deeply ingrained ideas about their gender roles, nor can one ignore the fact that […] More

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    A True Story of Play “Trifles" by Susan Glaspell

    Susan Glaspell primarily based her play “Trifles” on a true story that she was impressed by. On December 2, 1900, John Hossack a farmer who was married to Margaret Hossack. He was murdered with an axe whereas sleeping in bed together with his spouse. She was accused of killing her husband she was getting life […] More

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    Susan B. Anthony

    It is impossible to believe there was a time that women did not have an input on anything in this world. Women did not have a say in anything in the 1800’s, they were just people that did whatever “man” told them to do without any questions asked. There are a lot of powerful people […] More

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    Title Summary of Trifles by Susan Glaspel

    Title Summary of Trifles by Susan Glaspel Introduction Summary of Trifles        Trifles are a story acted as a play which tells about two investigations on John Wright murder. The key characters are Henry Peters (the sheriff), George Henderson (the county attorney), Lewis Hale and Mrs. Hale (Neighbor to John Wright), Mrs. Peters […] More