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.
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The root cause of all her issues was the death of her love as well as her beloved father's death. The emotion of the song perfectly states Ophelia's emotions through the lyrics. Lyrics :( Line 14-15) "The dark is plaguing our hearts Pumping through us and collecting in our deepest parts" In Act 5 the red wine symbolizes blood, murder, and execution. Nevertheless, Claudius attempted to poison his nephew Hamlet with his poisoned wine. As an alternative, the Queen drinks the poisoned wine and dies tragically.
Mrs. Wright in Trifles on the other hand, uses a more subtle approach to murder her husband. Mrs. Wright makes the decision to kill Mr. Wright in his sleep because he kills her darling bird. “Why look at this door. It’s broke. One hinge is pulled apart.” (Glaspell 6).
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So when Homer Barron came along she had these very strong feeling overcome her and killed him. Although she killed him, she left him by her side and let his body rot over time on her bedside. This sickness or (necrophilia) that she had, was noted when her father first died. Emily the main character of “A Rose for Emily” has a mental illness named necrophilia, which in fact doesn’t allow her to see the reality of her father’s death. Due to her father’s decisions he stopped her from meeting any guys.
The women come to conclusion that John Wright aided to his death by his selfish neglect toward his wife and debate on whether they should inform the authorities or leave this quiet. Mrs.Peters remarks , “It was an awful thing that was done in this house that night, Mrs.Hale.Killing a man while he slept, slipping a rope around his neck that choked the life out of him.” (1.127). Mrs. Hale abruptly corrects Mrs.Peters by remarking , “His neck. Choked the life out of him.”
Unfortunately, Antigone was caught in the act of burying Polyneices so, Creon sentenced her (his own sons finance) to be put into a stone vault, to die of starvation and for Polyneices’ body to be uncovered. Then a messenger came and told Creon that there would be a tragic ending because of his error in judgement. Creon then quickly ordered Antigone to be freed and Polyneices to be buried, but he was too late. In the meantime, a messenger told Eurydice (Creon’s wife) that her son Haimon was dead and that his death was caused by Creon’s actions. Eurydice killed herself because the son she loved most was dead.
After he dies, Juliet wakes up and sees that Romeo is dead so she stabs herself to death. Friar Lawrence is the one who caused all of this. Friar Lawrence makes three mistakes in this play. His first is when he marries Romeo and Juliet because they came from two feuding families. His second mistake is when he gives Juliet the fake poison to make her look dead.
Her father died and she could not let go of him, and then she uses the arsenic to kill Hector because, more than likely, he wanted to leave her. She wanted to be with Hector so bad that her only option was to kill him. To make matters worse, the residents find a long gray hair and an indent of a human body next to the pillow near the corpse. Miss Emily could not surrender her love at all, that ultimately she slept next to the dead body of the man she poisoned. The fear of letting go causes Miss Emily to