Rhetoric they both used and the imagery depicted

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rhetoric they both used, and the imagery depicted between the two. The language being exchanged back and forth also determined the tone and implications of each character’s actions. Even all the way down to the fine details in the Imagery can you still see influence on Mrs. Wright and Loureen. The imagery used with the sweeping of Samuel’s ashes let us readers know that Loureen had overcome herself. Without her upstairs neighbor, Florence, to open up to, Loureen would have gone mentally insane. Mrs. Wright ended up losing most of her sanity because later in the story it is revealed that some of her friends never talked to her about Mr. Wright. If Mrs. Wright was able to speak with someone close to her or maybe if her house wasn’t so hidden in that hollow, someone could have prevented a murder.
16 Wait Works Cited Glaspell, Susan. ""Trifles"." Schilb, John. Making Literature Matter . n.d. 1048. Nottage, Lynn. ""Poof!"." Schilb, John. Making Literature Matter . n.d. 1057. Schilb, John. Making Literature Matter . Boston/New York: Macmillan Learning, l.

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