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The psychoanalytical perspective is a technique of shifting from a hidden to an obvious subject matter which encompasses a practice of consciousness as well as translation (The Free Dictionary by Farlex, 2010). From a psychoanalyst perspective I shall inspect the linguistic symbolism of this text at the short play, "Trifle" to arrive at the inherent suppressed concepts of the writer. Susan Glaspell- an Iowa native- filled her drama with a hint of mid-western taste. She also decided to include a feeling of feminist pride that was represented by her three main characters, Mrs. Hale, Mrs. Peters, along with the accused murderer Minnie Wright (Glaspell, 1938). At beginning of the play with the disparities between the genders were obvious. The guys are arrogant, portraying themselves as perceptive unyielding detectives, when in fact they aren't as perceptive as the girls. The guys's pretentious approach arouses the women to become defensive and form a resistance seeking justification for what took place in their friend's house. The play taking place in the kitchen isn't a coincidence, this can be a location regarded as fundamental to the household, specifically a housewife. To compare the responsibilities of housewives to that of servants are an overstatement since there are those people who prefer the domestic lifestyle. But things becomes problematic when girls are placed in a situation where they feel unappreciated rather than a loving wife or mom who opt to give a nurturing environment for her loved ones. The characters in this play are an illustration of that. As everybody enters Wright's home the home feels chilly, a hint of a ghostly presence. The Wright's kitchen was left a mess (Glaspell, 1938) which signifies the psychological state o.. .