"The Crucible" by Miller, and salem witch trials of 1692
The Crucible by Arthur Miller as well as the maps, text and charts of Enduring
Visions clearly show a growing resentment between the 'have nots' of Salem Village
and the 'haves' of its more easterly neighbor Salem Town. Salem was presided over by
the Rev. Parris. By 1692, Salem had become a divided and disturbed community.
Hidden behind the sacred crusade of Rev. Parris and the petty jealousies and hates of the
Putnams and Abigail Williams is a community that is far removed from the original
intention of Gov. Winthrop and the ideals of 'The New England Way'. Miller points out
that as t…
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