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Case Dismissed A Jury of Her Peers by Susan Glaspell is a story of a woman named Mrs Foster-Wright She was a woman who was taken to jail after a man called Mr Hale and his son came to see if her husband Mr Wright would like to join in with the other neighbors to get a phone As Mr Hale comes inside he notices Mrs Wright sitting in her chair acting very nervous He asks her where her husband is and she pointed upstairs Mr Hale asked to see him but she says Cause hes dead 185 He indeed finds Mr Wright upstairs dead by a rope around his neck The next day they take Mrs Wright in custody and send a group of people to check out their house for clues The group includes the sheriff his wife Mrs Hale and Mr Hale When they reach the Wright house the men went upstairs to discuss the murder scene and look for clues They leave the women downstairs to gather things and to look for clues The women do indeed find the clues to implicate Mrs Wright and the men do not The ladies decide not to turn in Mrs Wright because they feel sorry for her The reason that the ladies do not tun in Mrs Wright is because she is a sensitive creative and submissive woman The bird that Mrs Wright has and cares for shows the sensitivity of her soul When the women step into the kitchen one of the first thing that they notice is the bird cage The bird was sold to her by a door to door salesman The bird also suggests the lonliness she has Mrs Wright cared for the bird so much that when her husband killed it she avenged its death She mourned the bird after it was gone and it served as the final straw that broke the camels back The women also
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