Deceit And Unity In Susan Glaspell's Trifles
In the time period this story was written woman did not have the rights they were supposed to have. Men still felt dominant and could get away with things a lot easier. Trifles by Susan Glaspell is a play that not only gives the reader a understanding of deceit but also an understanding of unity. Deceit and unity are both shown by two key characters, both decide to follow a path that as woman could get them into trouble but in the process do things in respect to a woman's unity. In the story Trifles the Wrights home is being searched by the law for evidence to show that Mrs.Wright killed her husband. Mrs. Hale and Mrs. Peters help the search, Mrs. Hale is her neighbor and Mrs. Peters is the sheriffs wife. In the text Mrs. Hale stands up for...