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1Chris Manzo Manzo 1 Prof. Knapp Comp. 2 1 April 2008 1.) The play is in a house on a farm. The house is messy, everything is done half way. Nothing is finished in the house. The atmosphere stays the same throughout the story. The women clean up a little but it is still very messy. 2.) The women are on the other side of the room by the door. It shows how the men do not think the women should take part in solving the case. It makes it like men have a higher status then women. 3.) Minnie Foster was a pretty girl who wore pretty clothes and was a singer. Her husband made her stop singing and then she stopped wearing pretty clothes because she did not feel she needed to impress anyone because she was married. 5.) The men fail to see the clues Mrs. Hale and Mrs. Peters discover because the men felt there
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Unformatted text preview: was no evidence in the kitchen and moved right past it. They did not look around and see the things the women saw when they looked through the kitchen. 6.) The bird cage and dead bird signify that she strangled the bird. It was a learning experience on how to do it when she would do it to her husband. Mrs. Hale and Mrs. Peters see that the bird was strangled and they see the connection between that. I feel the same way, strangling the bird before her husband is a way to practice and learn how to kill him without waking him up. 8.) The men make the women look like fools. They make fun of them and what they think is a good clue. They laugh and do not take the women seriously showing that they dont feel women are important to them....
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This note was uploaded on 05/09/2008 for the course EN 102 taught by Professor Knapp during the Spring '08 term at Passaic County Community College.

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