The Crucible by Arthur Miller
The Crucible, by playwright Arthur Miller, tells the tale of the 1692 Salem witch trials and demonstrates how the turbulent time was increased by the vindictiveness of the people of Salem, even before the event of witchcraft. The defensive, insidious ways of the girls, under the manipulative control of Abigail Williams was responsible for creating the mass hysteria and paranoia that blinded the small religious town in Massachusetts and forced them to falsely prosecute and hang innocent members of their community.
The play illustrates that even before the witchcraft trials started, the spi…
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