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Publicēts: 01.04.2004.
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In the early 1900's, women were not known to have high rank jobs or work full time at all. They were the one's who did all the cleaning, cooking, and the ones who took care of the children. Women didn't really start having jobs that paid till the 1920's - 1930's. But until then, the men did the majority of the work out in society. In a play called, Trifles, by Susan Glaspell, which was written and took place in 1916, two women by the names of Mrs. Hale and Mrs. Peters lived in a small town where a murder had just occurred. While the county attorney and the sheriff try and look for clues around the house and try to figure out who to suspect, the two women figure out the case on their own. With their suspicions towards the wife of the man who was murdered, the two women find clues around the kitchen of the woman suspected. These women, who are shocked by their findings, keep to themselves about what they have found from the men. I believe deep down they know if they try and take credit for solving the murder case, they will be laughed at for trying to do a man's job. By these women being so strong-minded, the question that comes to my mind is, "Will Mrs. Hale and Mrs. Peters tell the men what they have come across?". Will they take a stand? This might seem like the right thing to do morally, but it is not the right thing for these women to do in the society they live in.…

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