The Crucible, Arthur Miller "How and to what extent does The Crucible show that it is more damaging to deny the truth, than it is to acknowledge it?"
In The Crucible, Arthur Miller gives many examples that show that denying the truth, and lying to do so, is far more damaging than it is to simply acknowledge it. The play demonstrates the potential damage that can occur to a person's reputation and livelihood when false accusations are placed upon them. It shows that when certain individuals are willing to deny the truth in order to avoid the consequences of acknowledging it, that denial forces lies to be constructed. These lies lead to more deception and, in the case of the plot of "The Crucible", eventually grows out of control, leading…
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