The Crucible Essay by Arthur Miller
Were the Salem witch trials in 1692 inevitable? After reading The Crucible, I believe that they were inevitable, due to the religious beliefs of the Puritans who lived there, the misfortunes they suffered, and the transgressions that they felt their neighbors had committed against them.
The Puritans were religious fanatics who had no enjoyment in their lives. They were forbidden to read novels, attend the theater, and could not dance or sing. No holidays, such as Christmas, were celebrated, and when the people were not working, they were only to be worshipping God. Their ancestors had…
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