In the play “Trifles”, do you believe the women were justified in their choices to hide the evidence – thus eliminating the possibility of the men (and the law) finding the “motivation” they needed to convince a jury that Minnie was guilty of murdering her husband. Support your belief in your response.

In the play “Trifles”, do you believe the women were justified in their choices to hide the evidence – thus eliminating the possibility of the men (and the law) finding the “motivation” they needed to convince a jury that Minnie was guilty of murdering her husband. Support your belief in your response.

In the play “Trifles”, do you believe the women were justified in their choices to hide the evidence – thus eliminating the possibility of the men (and the law) finding the “motivation” they needed to convince a jury that Minnie was guilty of murdering her husband. Support your belief in your response.

In the play “Trifles”, do you believe the women were justified in their choices to hide the evidence – thus eliminating the possibility of the men (and the law) finding the “motivation” they needed to convince a jury that Minnie was guilty of murdering her husband. Support your belief in your response.

In the play “Trifles”, do you believe the women were justified in their choices to hide the evidence – thus eliminating the possibility of the men (and the law) finding the “motivation” they needed to convince a jury that Minnie was guilty of murdering her husband. Support your belief in your response.

In the play “Trifles”, do you believe the women were justified in their choices to hide the evidence – thus eliminating the possibility of the men (and the law) finding the “motivation” they needed to convince a jury that Minnie was guilty of murdering her husband. Support your belief in your response.

 

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