Marriage, it can be a blessing or a curse. In Susan Glaspell's Play Trifles, Mr.Wright is found dead in his house and his wife is going to jail for murder, but two women in the play find out what has really happened secretly while their husbands have no idea what had actually happened. Most readers would agree that Mrs. Wright murdered her husband just because he murdered her bird. Although she really murdered him because he neglected to pay attention to her which led her to feel isolated, emotional abuse which has led her to feel depressed, and finally he killed her only last chance at hope, the bird. This is important because it shows how Mr. Wright treated his wife which he is supposed to love, very terribly which led her to kill him.
In his/her life, a person should be aware of the people he goes around with. Othello lacked all these characteristics and he ended up killing his innocent wife, Emilia and himself. During the course of the play, audience is introduced to the character called Iago. The whole time it seems like the Iago is the one who is most responsible for what happened in novel, but as a mater of fact Othello himself should be blamed for this tragedy. Due to his pride, jealousy and nature of over trusting people, Othello killed his innocent wife on base of his evil doubt and brought great tragedy to many people’s lives including himself.
Reasoning behind Santiago’s murder and the actions of the townspeople connect to themes that are represented in modern day. The main event of the story represents social injustice because the Vicario twins wrongfully murder Santiago. Almost everyone within the town knows about the twin’s plan and it’s reasoning. Angela Vicario had just been returned back to her family by her husband since is not a virgin and her family questions her on who had taken it and she blames on Santiago Nasar. Although nobody finds evidence of Santiago being the real perpetrator, the Vicario twins still kill him for family honor.
Othello basically admits his only proof of Desdemona’s adultery was what Iago, her husband, had said. Othello is the one who murders Desdemona, that is a fact, but he has also redeemed most of his dignity by the play’s end by admitting the horror he has done, and killing himself when he realizes how jealous and irrational he was. But, Othello has still killed his own wife, which is something the audience cannot forget nor forgive Othello for. He was too illogical in his judgement and it caused a fatal ending. The play shows the power of mistrust and deception, and many people can still learn from it today.
Never stable even as a girl, she was shattered by her husband's suicide and the circumstances surrounding it. Later the harrowing deaths at Belle Reve with which she evidently had to cope on her own, also took their toll. By this time she had begun her descent into promiscuity and alcoholism, and in order to blot out the ugliness of her life she created her fantasy world of adoring respectful admirers, of romantic
Lastly Victor himself was jailed for a murder, which he did not commit. Justine was killed because Victor Frankenstein’s younger brother, William, was murdered. An item that William was wearing during the night of the murder was found on Justine leading everyone to believe that Justine is the murderer. When Victor arrives back to Geneva and hears that Justine has been accused of the murder his reaction was, “Justine Mortiz! Poor, poor girl, is she accused?
Although the Frankenstein family knew that Justine was innocent, but there was no other proof pointing to someone else. Eventually, after much debating, Justine took the blame and was executed. From the death of Victor’s brother, William, the creature learns that he can “create desolation; my enemy is not invulnerable; this death will carry despair to him, and a thousand other miseries shall torment and destroy him" (Shelley, 103), therefore inspiring him to continue to torment Victor in the
After General Macarthur dies each of the guests think that the killer is one of each of them. The next day, Mr. Rogers is killed while chopping wood while preparing for breakfast. On the dining room table there were ten Indian figures, but after a person is killed one disappears each time. After breakfast Emily Brent is killed because someone injected poison into her neck. Later Judge Wargrave was found with a shot in his head.
As a result of the murders they committed, they were ironically killed, one by one, according to an old nursery rhyme.The characters were murdered according to the severity of the crimes they committed; consequently, their death was determined by their guilt. Mrs. Rogers was spared prolong torture because she had already suffered enough guilt from her crime and was less responsible than her husband. Mrs. Rogers had always felt guilty for what she had done, and therefore, had already started paying for her crime. After noticing that Mrs. Rogers seemed scared of everything, Vera thinks, "She looked like a woman who walked in mortal fear.... [...] What on earth was the woman afraid of?" (31).
At dinner, a strange voice was heard, accusing each of them of a murder, and which they were all guilty of. This is the rising action of the story. One by one each guest is killed off by the anonymous murderer according to a famous nursery rhyme. As more people are killed off, one by one, the group narrows the suspect list down. Hence defining the classic "Who Done It?"