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Changing Characters in "The Crucible"
about "The Crucible" by Arthur Miller
The word "crucible" has three meanings. One being "a vessel of very refractory material (as porcelain) used for melting and calcining a substance that requires a high degree of heat," another being a severe test. The third definition is "a place or situation in which concentrated forces interact to cause or influence change or development." The third meaning most directly applies to the Crucible and especially to some of its characters. The citizens of Salem are influenced by a witch scare into accusing their neighbors of witchcraft. For most characte…
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