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Surname 1 Student’s Name Professor’s Name Course Date Although A Jury of Her Peers and Trifles are similar stories from Susan Glaspell, they are narrated through diverse mediums. The two plays have slight differences as their script performance versions match the stage guidelines. Markedly, the play’s YouTube and written account have different headings with unlike meanings. For instance, the title Trifles is sarcastic and portrays what men ponder of women’s graft; it guides Mrs. Hale’s perspectives and feelings. A Jury of Her Peers discloses feminism and legalism as the significant subjects. In the story, Glaspell highlights the significance of the proof found by the women, that Minnie killed Mr. Wright, and clarifies that the female gender is aware of expectations. Again, the author invites readers in Mrs. Hale’s mind whereas the play leaves the spectators to guess her thoughts through characters actions, body language, and arguments. At first, the audience understands an existing distrust between Mrs. Hale and Mrs. Peters and the developing belief that both women realize
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