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Critical Analysis of The Crucible by Arthur Miller
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How Abigail Williams controlled the town of Salem not by divine intervention, but by slyness and manipulation
What is hysteria? The American Heritage Dictionary claims that it is a state of uncontrollable emotion, such as panic or fear. Hysteria, though, goes much beyond that, hysteria is a chain reaction, waiting to be set off by the smallest of sparks. In Arthur Miller's play, The Crucible, that spark was one young girl, but that spark had a potential of great magnitudes. The widespread chaos in Salem was the direct result, not of a group of girls' abili…
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