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The coming together of women in Trifles by Susan Glaspell is generated by the injustice of women in the twentieth century The moral of this play was to bring women together in a time they were put down by the beliefs of men The men saw women as a joke and women werent considered valuable in society Women were treated with disrespect because they were considered unequal to men After noticing the harsh treatment of fellow women the women decide they will not notify the men about the evidence leading to the murder of Mr Wright Suzy Clarkson Holstein states An exploration of the play reveals a fundamental difference between the womens actions and the mens a difference grounded in varying understandings of the home space Holstein 282Mrs Wright Mrs Peters and Mrs Hale are all classified differently in society based on their husbands positions In Trifles Mrs Wright is accused of murder after her husband was found strangled to death in their home Although she does not appear throughout the play Mrs Wright represents all women that have been mistreated by men In the play Mrs Wright is seen as the murderer after the women collect evidence of how things really happened they realize she is the victim Mrs Wright stood up for all women during the twentieth century that were mistreated by men verbally and physically Mrs Wright was sick and tired of being suppressed and underestimated by men and when she decided to take a stand it went in a whole different direction than anyone wouldve thought Minnie as a withdrawn woman married to a taciturn and stingy farmer childless nearly friendless and completely isolated on an Iowa farmstead Noe 37 Mrs Wrights relationship with Mr Wright wasnt as it seemed everyone thought it was all happiness but it turned out to be pure violence Minnie was habitually silenced and
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