"The Crucible" by Arthur Miller and also discusses the four themes, hypocrisy, authority, guilt, and hysteria.
Arthur Miller set his play "The Crucible" in the town of Salem, Massachusetts, in the year 1692. The story revolves around a farmer John Proctor and his community, devastated by allegations of witchcraft. The play begins with a group of young girls being discovered to have been dancing in the forest. Fearing the consequences of what they did, the girls begin to lie about their actions. When one of the girls falls ill, accusation of witchery becomes their escape from suspicion. This coincidence only helps exceed the villagers' beliefs of supernatural possession. Abigail Williams, the prime…
- "The Crucible" by Arthur Miller and also discusses the four themes, hypocrisy, authority, guilt, and hysteria.
- Character Analysis of Samuel Parris in Crucible By Miller
- This is a paraphrase paper of a scene in Daisy Miller by Henry James. The paper not only paraphrases the scene, but it also delves deep into the thoughts of the characters and the author.
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