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Click to edit Master subtitle style 6/14/11 Trifles (1916) Susan Glaspell
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6/14/11 Multiple Truths Factual Truths: The truth of the murder of the canary The truth of the murder of Mr. Wright Personal Truths: Mr. Wright had “killed” Mrs. Wright emotionally and mentally Mrs. Hale and Mrs. Peters have “truth” in the regard that what Mrs. Wright did was just.
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6/14/11 Dual Languages? There are 2 languages in the play. Men and women talk in a way to express their own personal views. 1) Men’s way- When you say what you mean. 2) Women’s way- Saying what is appropriate for the situation, but meaning what you really feel. Mrs. Peters- “But Mrs. Hale, the law is the law” (190)
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6/14/11 Identity: Constructed or Innate Identity in this play is constructed through the lines of the other characters John Wright and Mrs. Wright never appeared in the play, the only information we receive about them is through other characters specifically Mrs. Hale As Mrs. Hale says, “He didn’t drink,
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