So join the marines. It's like feminism never even happened. You know?~Gracie, Mrss Congeniality

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In Susan Glaspell's "Trifels", she offers her readers a typical view of feminism.  When investegating the murder of a neighbor, the men automatically make assumptions and simply start walkin around the house to see if they can find any evidence, where as the women immediately begin an investegation in order to find the truth.  Throughout the play, readers can find many different things to represent feminism.

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