The Question and Answer section for Trifles is a great resource to ask questions, find answers, and discuss the novel.
From the text:
MRS HALE: (examining the skirt) Wright was close. I think maybe that's why she kept so much to herself. She didn't even belong to the Ladies Aid. I suppose she felt she couldn't do her part, and then you don't enjoy things when you...
Mrs. Hale notices messy erratic stitching on the quilt.
In part two of Trifles, which of the following is an example of dramatic irony? The audience knows Mrs. Hale has the dead bird in her coat pocket, but the men in the story do not. Mrs. Hale feels guilty about not visiting Mrs. Wright, but Mrs. Peters reas
Mrs. Hale has the dead bird in her coat pocket, but the men in the story do not.