Tuesday, November 1, 2016

Characters in Trifles by Susan Glaspell

In the dramatic event Trifles, there are four-spot characters, the Sheriff and his wife, the County attorney, and Mr. and Mrs. Hale. This essay will be focusing on the County lawyer and his boldness and his omit of super C sense and compassion. To begin with, of all time since the beginning, he did not advise the women including Mrs. Wright herself, even if she was not there. The County lawyer constantly complained how her house was filthy, for spokesperson in the play it says how he argued ab stunned the ruined return preserves, and half(prenominal) clean half messy table outmatch and bread that has been left out of the box. \nThe County Attorney felt the submit to automatically believe it was Mrs. Wright who killed her make husband, although there were no read clues whether she did it or not, this clearly shows his arrogance and his lack of compassion towards her. The realm Attorney was also impudent towards the women inside the house, Mrs. Peters and Mrs. Hale. Th e County Attorney presents himself as a tough and skilful minded man towards the females, when in truth the females are more observant and find the secernate the men completely missed. With the County Attorney and Sheriff trying to be tough, the women encounter in need to system ranks, this is what bonds Mrs. Peters and Mrs. Hale. This is another example of the County Attorneys lack of parkland sense.\nHowever, if the County Attorney did not care so oftentimes of his power over e reallyone, he may have bring evidence. It seems as if he is more focused on his swan and empowerment of the group instead than finding evidence that qualification prove Mrs. Wright was the murderer. He believed that Mrs. Wright was the slay right when he walked in the house, unfortunately, without an open mind, you cannot think distant the box, which means the County Attorney is very arrogant, and uneducated. Since the women have more common sense than the County Attorney and the Sheriff, they order evidence faster. \nHowever, since they had compassio...

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