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Literary Analysis on "The Crucible" by Arthur Miller; Witchcraft Accusations: Childish Game.
In the time period of 1692, when the Puritans came to this country for religious freedom, they had a strict moral code which everyone in the village lived by. Religion was especially important. The state was founded on religion, built on religion, thrived on politics, which proved to be a very social life. Witchcraft was looked down upon by religious groups, whom believed that witches could cast spells on people. They had a great fear of defying God and also believed that they should do all in their power to punish people who would do just this.
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