The men totally ignored their wives' thoughts and roles, and, therefore, they missed the entire point of the real motive behind Mr. Wright's murder. The social gap between men and women in the early 1800s provided the basis for Glaspell's story, "A Jury Of her Peers" and her play, Trifles. In 1917 when "A Jury Of Her Peers" was written, women were the homemakers. Although Mrs. Peters and Mrs. Hale fit the domest... ... middle of paper ... ...ll her husband will also be her salvation. Works Cited and Consulted Glaspell, Susan.
Ed. Michael Myer. New York: Bedford/St. Martin’s, 1999. 1730-1793.
Sh... ... middle of paper ... ...aga asked her to dance at her concert as a back up dancer but she had to decline because she got a better offer. Dance is Marzena's life, she loves it and is good at it. In conclusion, fashionable Marzena is very sweet, loyal and is a great dancer. She has the best outfits out of everybody in her grade. She is very loyal which makes her a great listener.