A Jury Of Her Peers Symbolism Analysis

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Symbolism Essay Susan Glaspells', “A Jury of Her Peers” uses many symbolic effects to give a better understanding of the story. The symbols in the story include the dead bird, the rocking chair, and the preserved fruit. Each of these symbolic objects is a representation of a characteristic that Minnie Foster and not Mrs. Wright encompass. First off the dead bird in “A Jury of Her Peers” is symbolically a representation of a connection not with Mrs. Wright but rather with Minnie Foster. Minnie Foster a person who loved to sing, had made a special relationship with the bird, but her husband did not like the bird and hated the noises it made so he exterminated it. This is action is making a reference to how he had killed Minnie Foster’s
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