Question: English & Literature

In Trifles by Susan Glaspell, why does the county attorney care so much about discovering a motive for the killing?
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Without a motive there can't be a decisive answer to a person's guilt. The women decide not to mention the canary for just that reason.

MHood2 | 834 days ago