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Essay heading: "jury of her peers" Mrs. Hale
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Wright because she realizes that Mrs. Wright was the bird stuck in that cage; "She-come to think of it. she was kind of like a bird herself."(181) The cage is symbolic of the life that Minnie Foster had lived since being caged up in a marriage with Mr. Wright. When Mrs. Hale arrived at the Wrights house she proceeds to look at the situation of how Minnie Foster's life was as a young girl and how she had changed as she had grown older with Mr...
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Wright. She used to be a beautiful canary that sang until she was caged up; "She used to wear pretty clothes and be lively-when she was Minnie Foster, one of the town girls, singing in the choir."(177) Mrs. Hale shared some of the younger years of Minnie Foster's life and as she starts to piece together the evidence Her and Mrs...
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