"The Crucible" (Arthur Miller) and The Scarlet Letter (Nathanial Hawthorne): Accepting Sins Now Leads to Less Consequences Later
Individuals from both The Scarlet Letter by Nathaniel Hawthorne and "The Crucible" by Arthur Miller exhibit comparable qualities. Through analyzing the conflicts, temperament, responsibility, and consequences; character similarities present themselves. Although the two stories have completely different plots, characters such as Hester Prynne and Abigail Williams display like characteristics, even if Prynne had to publicly admit her sin and Abigail made a clean getaway. John Proctor and Reverend Dimmesdale share a common predicament as well even though Proctor even though their personas…
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