What are some reasons Mr. Wright was a hard man to live with?

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Many in the town considered John Wright a good man, but he was also a hard one, and the name "Wright" may also refer to her moral, if not legal, right to free herself from her own birdcage, albeit through murder rather than through the songbird's death. Mrs. Hale and Mrs. Peters unconsciously sense the latter conclusion and choose to hide the canary upon the men's return. There are only clues to how Mr. Wright treated his wife. He might have killed her bird. He also kept her isolated from others. There is a sense that he was emotionally, if not physically, abusive to her.