Read the excerpt from the play Trifles, by Susan Glaspell.
HALE. Harry and I had started to town with a load of potatoes. We came along the road from my place; and as I got here, I said, “I’m going to see if I can’t get John Wright to go in with me on a party telephone.” I spoke to Wright about it once before, and he put me off, saying folks talked too much anyway, and all he asked was peace and quiet—I guess you know about how much he talked himself; but I thought maybe if I went to the house and talked about it before his wife, though I said to Harry that I didn’t know as what his wife wanted made much difference to John—
Which feminist theme is most supported by the excerpt?
Women feel pressured to conform to roles set by society.
Women artists face difficult paths when pursuing careers.
Women need to feel they are determining their own fate.
Women frequently go unheard in male-dominated societies.