The views of marriage in Susan Glaspell’s Trifles.

1) Discuss the views of marriage in Susan Glaspell’s Trifles.
2) How do the men’s conversations and actions reveal their attitudes toward women? Give
three distinct examples, discussing three distinct attitudes.
3) In hiding the dead bird from the men, did Mrs. Peters and Mrs. Hale do the right thing?
Why so? Write an essay in which you explain your answer to this question.
4) Write an essay comparing or contrasting Trifles and “Eveline,” using the point by point
pattern.
5) Write an essay comparing or contrasting Trifles and “Sweat,” using the point by point
pattern.