Play Analyst In Trifles By Susan Glaspell

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Essay 3: Play Analyst In the mysterious Play “Trifles”, written by Susan Glaspell, the county attorney desperately tries to discover the works of the death of Mr. Wright. Mr. Wright was found dead in his bed with a rope around his neck that evening. The number one suspect of this crime is his wife, Mrs. Wright. Mr. Hale, the closest neighbor had informed the police on Mr. Wright’s body. The question that surfaced throughout the play was whether or not Mrs.Wright killed her husband. This case was looked upon that she did because she didn 't contact the authorities of his death immediately. She was soon arrested and put in jail. The sheriff of the town, sent Ms. Hale and Ms. Peters to gather her personal belongings that she may need …show more content…
Mrs. Peters and Mrs.Wright had a small friendship. Mrs.Petter used to visit the Wright’s house but stopped because she felt; “ It never seemed a very cheerful place”(Act 1 Scene 1). However, these visits made a difference from showing the evidence the women found and hiding it. Unless of course the women were upset for being laughed at. However, this claim could not have been enough because the question that leads are, why didn 't the women put their findings back where they found them and let the men discover them later? When Mrs.Peters put the dead bird in her pocket it was for the protection of Mrs.Wright. These women took a stand and proved to the men that they are capable, by sticking together as are gender. Although the story never tells what happens to Mrs. Wright it is easy to conclude no evidence was found and she was …show more content…
Wright had drained her happiness emotionally. He became incarcerate of everything she had done for them as his wife. Her opinion did not mean anything in his concern she was there to cook, clean and to provide him with sexual comfort. Mrs.Wright physical and emotionally shut down. One is able to make this analysis because the characters in the book point out that the upkeep in the house was not done. Ms. Wright only companion in the house with was the bird. I can identify with Ms.Wright love for her bird. Her beautiful bird brought the sunshine into her heart and may even fill the room throughout the day. As my child has brought joy into my life. My rays of sunshine and warmth; I refer to my children as my little puppies that are my babies. Given to me for only a short time in life and until then, I have to provide for them. Taking care of any animal includes feeding,nurturing, teaching, Listening laughing, and interacting. When she realized that her bird was dead, she went into a complete hostile state of mind. As I did when my son was killed in a car accident. There are no words and no person, which could say or do anything that would make a difference to change the fact that one of the most important things in your life is

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