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The opening setting in Trifles is described thus The kitchen in the now abandoned farmhouse of John Wright a gloomy kitchen and left without having been put in order Minnie Wright the housewife was married to John and is presently accused of his murder Present in the room are the County Attorney Sheriff and Hale Both men are in middle life the County Attorney is a young man The Sheriffs wife Mrs Peters is a slightly small woman with a thin nervous face Mrs Hale is larger and would ordinarily be called more comfortable looking but she is disturbed now and looks fearfully about as she enters Minnie Wright is guilty of killing her husband She killed him because John killed her only friend John was a very cold man Minnie killed John because she was sick of the way he was treating her They were married for more than twenty something years Before she got married she was described as lively 556 Now she is depressed distraught and incoherent The house was dirty There were unwashed pans under the sink a loaf of bread outside the breadbox and a dishtowel on the table 551 She was rational in the things she did but became distraught Mrs Hale pointed this out when she showed Mrs Peters the quit Minnie was working on Mrs Peters look at this one Look at the sewing All the rest of it has been nice and even And look at this Its all over the place Why it looks s if she didnt know what she was about All of this shows that Minnie went crazy after she killed John for a reason John Wright was described as a cold man Mrs Hale described him as a hard man 559 like a raw wind that gets to the bone Mrs Hale suspects that he killed the bird Minnes only friend Mrs Hale suspects that John killed a part of Minne
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