Similarities Between A Dolls House And Trifles Essay

Andrew Smith English 1020 Professor. Jeanty Introduction “Trifles” and “A Doll’s House” By Susan Glaspell and Henrik Ibsen Women have been treated as lessors to men in the past, feminine equality is a new concept that has only been around for about a century. In both plays “Trifles” and “A Doll’s House” they address stereotypes … Read more

Trifles: A Gender Play

Susan Glaspells Trifles explores the classical male stereotype of women by declaring that women frequently worry about matters of little, or no importance. This stereotype makes the assumption that only males are concerned with important issues, issues that females would never discuss or confront. The characters spend the entirety of the play searching for clues … Read more