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" Its neck! Look at its neck! It's all — other side to. MRS. PETERS: Somebody— wrung— its neck. (Their eyes meet. A look of growing comprehension of horror. Steps are heard outside. Mrs. Hale slips box under quilt pieces, and sinks into her chair.... "
Trifles - Page 21
by Susan Glaspell - 1916 - 25 pages
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The Best American Short Stories and the Yearbook of the American Short Story

Edward Joseph Harrington O'Brien, Martha Foley - Short stories - 1918
...Well, ladies," said the county attorney, as one turning from serious things to little pleasantries, " have you decided whether she was going to quilt it or knot it ? " " We think," began the sheriff's wife in a flurried voice, " that she was going to — knot it."...
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Plays, Volume 1

Susan Glaspell, George Cram Cook - American drama - 1920 - 313 pages
...— wrung — its — neck. [Their eyes meet. A look of growing comprehension, of horror* Steps are heard outside. MRS. HALE slips box under quilt pieces,...knot it. COUNTY ATTORNEY Well, that's interesting, I'm sure. [Seeing the birdcage.] Has the bird flown? MRS. HALE [Putting more quilt pieces over the...
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Plays, Volume 1

Susan Glaspell, George Cram Cook - 1920 - 313 pages
...— wrung — its — neck. [Their eyes meet. A look of growing comprehension, of horror* Steps are heard outside. MRS. HALE slips box under quilt pieces,...knot it. COUNTY ATTORNEY Well, that's interesting, I'm sure. [Seeing the birdcage.] Has the bird flown ? MRS. HALE [Putting more quilt pieces over the...
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Fifty Contemporary One-act Plays

Frank Shay, Pierre Loving - Drama - 1921 - 582 pages
...Mr». Peter» rises.] COUNTY ATTORNEY [a» on« turning from serions things to little plea sant riee]. Well, ladies, have you decided whether she was going...knot it. COUNTY ATTORNEY. Well, that's interesting, I'm sure. [Seeing the bird-cage.] Has the bird flown? MRS. HALE [putting more quilt piece» over the...
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Plays, Volume 1

Susan Glaspell, George Cram Cook - 1920 - 313 pages
...— wrung — its — neck. [Their eyes meet. A look of growing comprehension, of horror* Steps are heard outside. MRS. HALE slips box under quilt pieces, and sinks into her chair. Enter SHERIFF and 1 COUNTY ATTORNEY. MRS. PETERS rises. c -? \ ->'- COUNTY ATTORNEY [As one turning from serious things...
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Fifty Contemporary One-act Plays

Frank Shay, Pierre Loving - Drama - 1920 - 582 pages
...its neck. [Their eye» met. A look of growing comprehension of horror. Steps are heard outside. Mn. Hale slips box under quilt pieces, and sinks into her chair. Enter Sheriff and County Attorney. Mrs. Peten rise».] COUNTY ATTORNEY [a» one turning from seriou» things to little pleasantries]. Well,...
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Lifted Masks, and Other Works

Susan Glaspell - Literary Criticism - 1912 - 320 pages
..."Well, ladies," said the county attorney, as one turning from serious things to little pleasantries, "have you decided whether she was going to quilt it or knot it?" "We think," began the sheriffs wife in a flurried voice, "that she was going to — knot it." He was...
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Everyday Use

Alice Walker - Fiction - 1994 - 229 pages
...very eyes of their uncomprehending husbands who make fun of their feminine obsession with trifles. 'Have you decided whether she was going to quilt it or knot it?' Mr Hale mockingly asks his wife. 'WE think she was going to — knot it,' Mrs Hale replies. The patchwork...
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Law and Literature: Text and Theory

Lenora Ledwon - Literary Criticism - 1996 - 501 pages
...Somebody— wrung— its — neck. [Their eyes meet. A look of growing comprehension, of horror. Seeps are heard outside. MRS. HALE slips box under quilt pieces,...knot it. COUNTY ATTORNEY: Well, that's interesting, I'm sure. [Seeing the birdrage.] Has the bird flown? MRS. HALE: [Putting more quilt pieces over the...
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Law and Literature: Text and Theory

Lenora Ledwon - Literary Criticism - 1996 - 501 pages
...growing comprehension. of horror. Seeps are heard ontside. MRS. HALE slips box under quilt pieees, and sinks into her chair Enter SHERIFF and COUNTY ATTORNEY. MRS. PETERS rises.] COUNTY ATTORNEY: [Asone turning from serious things to little pleasantries] Well, ladies, have you decided whether she...
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