wk6 - Jennie Tsaralunge Wk 6 I really enjoyed the play...

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Jennie Tsaralunge Wk 6 I really enjoyed the play “Trifles” by Susan Glaspell. It is a story with two different perspectives within it. In one look you see the men of the story desperately searching for a signs of a motive, some kind of vicious rage that caused the murder of Mr. Wright. On the other hand, you see the women looking into the life the Mrs. Wright lived and what brought her to killing her husband. It is interesting that this story, at least to me, is more about the Wright’s marriage and the difference in gender roles than about the death of Mr. Wright. In the story you learn of Minnie Wright through a discussion between the two women, but always in past tense. When they are speaking of her in present or future tense it is Mrs. Wright, because Minnie was long gone and her husband killed her. Before Minnie and John had married Minnie was so bright, loved to sing, and full of life. After marriage she no longer sings and lives in a house where you cannot see the road. There is foreshadowing when you learn of the cage with the broken door.
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