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Peters deciding whether or not to expose why Mrs. Wright killed her husband, Trifles is thematically complex.
It addresses the abiding issue of justice and contemporary issues of gender and identity politics. When they enter the farmhouse, Mrs. However, through the process of attempting to help another woman by gathering items from her household that might comfort her in jail, they learn to identify themselves first as women and only secondarily as wives.
Each woman recognizes her own life in Mrs. These women symbolize all women, and this growing awareness suggests the possibility of personal transformation that decades later emerged in feminist consciousness-raising groups. When they decide to hide the evidence of Mrs.
This stance creates a tremendous moral dilemma. The ideal of justice is that a truly just society is impartial. All the male characters are blind to what is going on and are even condescending to the women.
The county attorney is the worst example of this. He is so certain that he knows what the situation entails that he will not even let other characters finish speaking.
Yet, he and all the male characters cannot see the truth that is literally right in front of their faces. Hale and the sheriff cannot see that the women they live with are keeping something from them.
This suggests that the entire concept of justice is flawed. Either there are different justices for different groups, according to their experience of the world, or, worse, there are different realities, invisible to those who do not share them.
The choice to hide a dead bird may symbolize the death knell for the Western political system: How can a fair and functioning society be constructed in such circumstances? At the very least, the play casts doubt on all existing legal structures unless the female perspective is integrated.Trifles was written in the early s by Susan Glaspell.
This occurred far before the women s movement. Women were generally looked upon as possessions to their husbands. Trifles. The playwright Trifles, written by Susan Glaspell is a whodunit type of murder.
1 Nigel Douglas June 29, Goodwin 1 pm Trifles The playwright Trifles, written by Susan Glaspell is a whodunit type of murder mystery about the victim John Wright, who was strangled with a . Feb 11, · The literature work, “Trifles” written by Susan Glaspell, tells us that men and women are different characteristically.
They usually show different reactions when they facing a similar situation.
Meanwhile, women’s opinions are always treated less unimportant or useless. art and entertainment; books and literature; The French Revolution and After and Romantic Themes +. Through these types of interventions, feminist-minded men and women can continue to work toward more positive and fair representations of women candidates and that changes in representations of women candidates will lead to the election of the first woman president of the United States.
Trifles, by Susan Glaspell, is a marvelous, short play which was written early in the 20th Century when women were not often considered partners in a marriage, but a possession of the husband.