Mrs. Wright as a Modern Tragic Hero
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This paper explains why Mrs. Wright in Susan Glaspell's play, "Trifles", is considered a modern tragic hero.
From the Paper:"In "Trifles" by Susan Glaspell, the protagonist never enters the stage. Mrs Wright is talked about in the third person throughout the play, we never see her face. She is most certainly the protagonist, however, because she has caused all the ensuing action in the play. She is a modern tragic hero as well, according to Arthur Miller's ideas, for the following reasons; she denies the fulfillment of her own self-image, she experiences driving feelings of..."
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