The Crucible by Arthur Miller
In the play, The Crucible, Arthur Miller conveys the theme that though there is evil in our world, goodness will always win in the end. You can see the theme that Arthur Miller tried to convey, present in the characters' personalities, their lifestyles, and in their actions. To prove this theme is evident in the play, a pair of characters will be contrasted, showing both sides, good and evil. In this essay the two characters that are being contrasted are John Proctor and Reverend Parris. Reverend Parris portrays the part of the theme that evil is present in our world, his ac…
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- The Crucible by Arthur Miller
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