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In "A Jury of Her Peers" Susan Glaspell reveals how human bonding could override legalities that society has. This is revealed by Mrs. Hale and Mrs. Peters bonding with Minnie by understanding her everyday life as they are within her property. The 2 girls feel a connection with Minnie because their lives are very like that of hers. From the two women understanding and having a relationship with Minnie they detect that the small trifles that contributes to them discovering evidence and rationale for Minnie murdering her husband. Mrs. Hale and Mrs. Peters were just in Minnie's home for a brief period of time yet this revealed to them that Minnie was similar to them. As Mrs. Hale was leaving her house to go with the others to Minnie's home she noticed something in her kitchen. "It was no ordinary matter that called away her - it was likely further from normal than anything which had ever occurred in Dickson county. However, what her eye took in was her kitchen was in no shape for leaving: her bread ready for blending , half of the flour sifted and half unsifted." (paragraph ). Afterwards while in Minnie's home, Mrs. Hale noticed something very similar: "She looked around the kitchen. Certainly it was not slicked up. Her eye was held by means of a bucket of sugar on a low shelf. The cover was off the wooden bucket, and beside it was a paper bag - half complete. Mrs. Hale moved toward it. She was placing this in there, she said - gradually." (paragraph 108). Mrs. Hale and Minnie ar...