he title is effective for this story as Mrs Hale and Mrs Peters decide to conceal the evidence which would indicate Minnie’s guilt in the murder of her husband.
The men are unable to work out that the domestic evidence around them is an indicator of Minnie Wright’s state of mind. As they are nor her ‘peers’ they cannot appreciate how the lively, singing young woman has become a drudge: that the girl who loved ribbons and singing is confined to a miserable life with a miserable man.
May 1st, 2015
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