The Crucible a Terror of Witchery
After studying Arthur Miller's play, The Crucible, I have come to the conclusion that the three people most to blame for the witch hysteria and the subsequent death of innocent people are Reverend Parris, Abigail, and Danforth. Each of these people, in some way caused harm to blameless people, and I will, in this essay explain what these people, knowingly or unknowingly did contribute to the death of the innocent people hanged as witches in Salem Village in 1692.
Reverend Parris was most responsible for the Salem Witch hysteria. …
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