(Solved): Prompt: Vol. 2: Glaspell “Trifles” (177-187)


(Solved): Prompt: Vol. 2: Glaspell “Trifles” (177-187)

Read Vol. 2: Glaspell “Trifles” (177-187) In response to this prompt, I would like you to concentrate on Mrs. Peters and Mrs. Hale, the amateur “detectives” of Susan Glaspell’s play. These characters uncover motive, but choose not to share that information with the men who are investigating the crime. Why do the female characters decide to withhold and destroy evidence? What does this play suggest about women’s attitudes toward law? How does Glaspell subvert stereotype even as she appears to construct characters that confirm stereotype (to some extent)?

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