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Rouguiatou Camara Trifles , written by Susan Glaspell and a modest proposal, by Jonathan Swift are brilliant works. They are about things condemned by the society, but the characters find a way to make it more acceptable by society through humour and sarcasm. They talked about the problems of their society and denounced how people are treated. The two writers talked about important social issues like prostitution, hunger, gender role, sexism, orphan and shed some lights on those issues, which are ignored by the society but are real and getting bigger. Trifles is about a woman that people think killed her husband. The sheriff and the county attorney investigate the house of John Wright shortly after his murder. The men are convinced that Mrs. Wright has committed the murder, yet have found no evidence. Two women were charged to gather Mrs Wright stuff at her house The women found a dead bird killed as Mr Wright was. They lied saying they didn’t find nothing and Mrs Wright was acquitted. In regards to the law, that is completely unlawful. Mrs Wright
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