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The soul selects its own society just as two citizens must choose between being an extension of the law or concealing some incriminating evidence and Eveline chooses to abandon her exciting life and remain with the family that needs her Susan Glaspell presents a dilemma in which Mrs Wright has chosen to respond to her husbands manipulation James Joyce presents us with an Irish female protagonist who has chosen to rebel against her father and sail off to another continent for excitement and the anticipated love of a man that she barely knows Emily Dickenson reveals truth that makes her seem snobbish but in a truth in which we all share Eveline had a choice but felt she was between a rock and hard spot Eveline explores the degree to which the individual identities of the Irish female protagonists have been shaped by their social and cultural environments Trifles uses choice in how the men and women are divided The men chose to stay together doing their investigation The women Mrs Hale and Mrs Peters made a choice when they discovered the bird They decided to keep it between themselves even though Mrs Hale was married to a low enforcer as George Henderson said No Mrs Peters doesnt need supervision For that matter a sheriffs wife is married to the law Then the sheriff remark Married to the law Mrs Wright probably did not feel that she made any choices at all because her husband made them for her It was he that decided that she did not need to sing or that she had the right to enjoy the company of her bird Mrs Wright therefore suffered due to her passive choices The Soul Selects its own Society is all about choices It explores all of us and how we make choices We are our own private society and we determine who
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