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Susan Glaspells A Jury of Her Peers is an ethic drama that presents us with a mirror image of a society where men are considered superior to women in all actions This drama take are reader not on a murder mystery but rather a strong human compassion of help for those in need Author of this drama supports Minnie Fosters act of killing her husband John Wright as a sign of standing up for herself Even though killing someone in revenge of a dead bird seems to be meaningless it has a much deeper meaning if seen through the eye of Minnie Foster In this drama the author uses characters and symbols to make the reader aware of the social injustice done to women and in order to evoke a sense of self-worth in women reader The characters in A jury of her peers plays a role which knowledges a reader about the horrors of the time period when the story takes place Simply by the name Mr Wright tells us that men are always right when it comes to opposition against women Men in this story are shown to be superior to their sub species women It shows us that anything a man does is always right even though it might be wrong where else a thing that can be considered right done by a women is shown to be wrong This fact can be supported by the character of John Wright who is an abusive husband Even though he treats his wife improperly his actions are not condemned where as Minnies character who killing her husband just to stand up for herself is shows to be wrong In this story men are given a bad role just to make a reader aware of that fact that how women were ones treated in our society Women in this story play a major role not just because they are more talked about but
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