Susan Glaspell's Trifles: The Oppression Of Women

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Bernadette Mosala once said, “When men are oppressed, it’s a tragedy, when women are oppressed, it’s a tradition.” This tradition is based on culture; the culture of men and women in a single society who automatically think that men are of greater importance or have more knowledge than women. For decades, women have suffered and called for help by rebelling in ways that may seem chaotic. Some have even written stories about experiences relating to the oppression of women in well known stories today. Such examples include, Susan Glaspell’s play, Trifles. The play describes a man named John Wright, who is found dead with the cause of strangulation, and the main suspect, his wife. Three men try to find evidence about the crime while making fun

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