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Ironies in Trifles Trifles is a very interesting play to read There are many symbols in the play written by Susan Glaspell Four particular ones come to mind when I think of Trifles The overall play was about a woman driven to kill her husband One of the symbols is the way she kills him Mrs Peter said It must have been done awful crafty and still Mrs Wright was very crafty in her quilting and knotting Then there is the bird that was killed by his neck being rung just as Mr Wright was killed by a rope around his neck that was knotted very well Mrs Hale went on to say She used to sing real pretty to herself The bird which most likely sang to her was there to replace the silence of her husband basically to keep her company until he killed the bird This was most likely the motive for Mrs Wright to kill him in such a similar way Last knotting the rope resembles the ladies bond they had because it was like a knot itself they were sticking together no matter what The symbols tell the readers a lot about Mr and Mrs Wright and their relationship Each of the symbols is what makes this play so interesting It makes you want to keep reading hoping to find more of them so you can get a greater understanding of just what kind of relationship the Wrights had
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