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The messy kitchen means that the murder was just a quick instinct, the fruit is all Minnie had.

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the little things in Minnie's life that grew to bigger things and eventually led to John Wright's death. Also the fact that what the men think are the silly little things women worried about Adidas Yeezy 750 Boost Buy

actually the evidence. Every trifle the women find is very important.

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She still wanted to make sure all of her hard work didn't go to waste because the fruit was probably all she had going for her at that time. I believe that it also symbolizes freedom in a way. She survived, just like that jar of cherries, against all the coldness in her life around her. She made it out and freed herself. The Singing Caged BirdThe major symbolism in Glaspell's play is the bird. The bird cage is symbolic for Minnie and her life. She's was caged just like the bird. Mr. Wright caged her from the outside world and since they had no children all she had was him. The bird itself also was symbolic in the way that it sang. It reflected Minnie's old life from when she was young and sang in the choir. Then of course the death of the bird was symbolic.

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"No, Wright wouldn't like the bird a thing that sang. She used to sing. He killed that, too". Mrs. Wright lost it completely when her bird was killed because that was her only source of love, life, and freedom. Her husband had killed all the joy around her and the last straw for her was when he snapped that bird's neck, and Black Adidas Yeezy just as symbolically, he got a taste of his own medicine when she slipped that rope around his neck. This is where the symbol of the repeated "knot it" comes into play. She knotted the rope around his neck just fine. And the final major symbolism that appeared in this play would have to be the title alone. 'Trifles' symbolized Adidas Yeezy 750 For Sale

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ing symbolic, the other major setting is symbolic too. The whole play takes place in the farmhouse where Minnie Wright spent her life, day in and day out. Her own home represents her isolation from the rest of the world. It's what she sees and lives with every day. It represents her loneliness, repetitive housework, married life, and her life in general. It's perfect to have the whole play take place here because the audience can see the plainness Mrs. Wright went through every day, and how tired she must have been with the same setting her whole life as well. Solitude, Finding Freedom Another isolation symbolism takes place in a very small and seemingly unimportant sentence "I'm going to see if I can't get John Wright to go in with me on a party telephone he put me off, saying folks talked too much anyway, and all he asked was peace and quiet I guess you know about how much he talked himself". With no telephone in the home Minnie didn't have contact to the outside world at all. Mrs. Hale and Mrs. Peters come across one jar of cherries that did not freeze and break and this one jar symbolizes a couple of things I think. One thing is that Minnie's worrying over it is a reflection of what women had on their minds back then because that was all they did; housework.

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