Rhetoric and Religion in Mary Astell's a Serious Proposal The late 17th century is known as a time of religious devotion.
Kate Chopin and Fanny Fern also paid very much attention to those issues. There no thing that can be totally good or bad, it just through which frame reference we explore it. They kept silence about what they have discovered, because they knew that their proofs would just make men laugh.
“Trifles” by Susan Glaspell is also bright example that each person has a choice what side to take and either to pity Mrs. From my point of view, the choice is more hidden but not less important issue of the drama. Oppression and sexual discrimination of women at that time can be clearly observed.
In the conclusion I would like to summarize what I have written earlier and express my personal attitude to the author and to the play itself.
I greatly enjoyed the play with its bright dialogues that helped me to understand not only general feelings of that time, but also compare relationships of men and women.