In the short story, A Jury of Her Peers, Minnie Wright, the main character, is accused of murdering her husband, John Wright. The story takes place during an investigation at the Wright’s home. There are 5 people involved; the sheriff, Henry Peters, and his wife Mrs. Peters, one of Minnie’s neighbors, Lewis Hale, his wife Martha Hale, and George Henderson, a county prosecutor. The story narrated by Martha Hale, where she develops throughout the story into a strong woman. Susan Glaspell, the author, uses many techniques such as verbal and dramatic irony, characterization, and symbolism to bring the literature to life throughout the story.
“You don’t look fine,” Booker commented softly, his eyes filling with concern. “So how ‘bout letting me have a look?”
We have several suspects on this case. Our main suspect is Mrs. Peacock, she has had several husbands in the past and all of them have gone missing witch leads us to believe she committed the murder. When we accused her she would not break so we brought in Mr. Green. He is a scammer and we think that one of his scams went wrong with Bloody and he murdered him. Nevertheless he wouldn’t talk as well. So then we thought, Mrs. White is also a suspect. Granted we actually got something out of her, she said ''When I
“Nothing’s wrong,” she promised, walking over to her kids. “Dr. Early just came over to talk to us and I’d like you to sit by dad and I while he does so, alright?”
"Who's that boy that walked you to our door?" My mom queries, scaring the life out of me when she pops out of nowhere. I had just finished locking the door behind me and I just wanted to go upstairs and change into some pajamas. But I guess not.
I ended up seated between Justin and Charlotte with his mother across from me. She had made a delicious pot roast dinner and I enjoyed every bite of it. I hadn't had a meal this nice in a while since I tended to not eat what my mother cooked because I was usually angry. Like always.