Never say Never Susan GlaspellÂ¡Â¯s "A venire of Her Peers" Commentary by K aren Bernardo "A Jury of Her Peers" is a myth taut with violence. At no time do we expect blood; there is no screaming; there are no corpses; there are none of the trappings our knightly imaginations have come to expect. And yet in this homely weensy story about quilting and canning and pet canaries, the psychological strain is almost unendurable -- and much of the tension revolves around gender-specific ship canal of seeing the world. The story concerns a farmer, John Wright, who is found kill in his bed; his wife is arrested for the murder.
The storyÂ¡Â¯s litigate begins the following day, when the sheriff, the county attorney, the sheriffÂ¡Â¯s wife, and a neighbor couple crop to the WrightsÂ¡Â¯ house. The women are there to pick out some costume for the accused wife to wear in prison; the men, to fall over over the crime scene. Although the storyÂ¡Â¯s purpose is to get across the motive...If you want to get a full essay, order it on our website: Ordercustompaper.com
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