Power In The Play Trifles

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"We hold these truths to act naturally clear, that all men are made equivalent, that they are invested by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, which among these are Life, Liberty, and the quest for Happiness." (United States Congress, the Declaration of Independence: A Transcription). In the play “Trifles”, Susan Glaspell portrays ladies as if no say in this story as far as the men are concerned, but in reality they have all the power and say so. The United States as a nation has been through a significant stretch of time to embrace these positions for all people (especially women). Susan Glaspell is known for these types of plays that overall give women power. In her play “Trifles", is told in 1916 and is a one demonstration
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