That was a crime!

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"Oh, I wish I'd come over here once in a while! That was a crime! That was a crime! Who's going to punish that?"
(Glaspell 9).

Speculation tells the reader that Mrs. Wright killed her husband in the same way he killed her brid. In the quote I picked Mrs. Hale puts herself on the same level as Mrs. Wright according to the law. I believe Mrs. Hale does this because she feels if she would have visited Mrs. Hale this predicument might not be happening. I think Mrs. Hale feels that she could have saved Minnie Foster from becoming Mrs. Wright. By this I mean that she remembers Minnie as a cheerful girl not a miserable, lonely wife. And maybe if she would have stayed in closer contact and visited more then she might not have killed her husband. 

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