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Date Submitted: 05/28/2013 10:52 PM
A woman’s got to do what a woman’s got to do
While many would agree that women have established somewhat of an equal status to men in our current society, such was not the case for the female characters of the plays “Trifles” and “A Doll House”. Although both pieces are set in different eras, several similarities are evident in each reading. The authors of both plays use gender roles, symbolism, and dramatic realism to tell the story of two females, each faced with different circumstances in a masculine society. A society where women are expected to conform to the demands of men at any cost, even if it means to sacrifice their own freedom.
Susan Glaspell’s play “Trifles” revolves around the murder investigation of John Wright, which took place at his farmhouse. The prime suspect of the investigation is John’s wife Mrs. Wright who had been apprehended due to her presence...