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Based on part two of Trifles, the symbolism of the dead bird implies that Mr. Wright
was jealous because his wife devoted all of her attention to the bird.
was a cruel man who disliked animals, children, and women.
had an oppressive demeanor that killed the bird and his wife’s spirit.
had issues with feeling isolated that led to him feeling like a caged bird.
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The use of dead bird's symbolism in the second part of "Trifles" suggest that Mr. Wright:

c). had an oppressive demeanor that killed the bird and his wife's spirit.

  • 'Symbolism' is defined as the literary device in which the author uses a symbol in the form of an object, person, place, or idea in order to convey a deeper meaning.
  • In the second part of 'Trifles,' the dead bird has been employed as a symbol by the author to suggest that Mr. Wright possessed an extremely dominating and cruel attitude.
  • This repressive behavior made him assassinate that innocent bird and the his wife's soul and left them in a state of trauma and fear.

Thus, option c is the correct answer.

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