"The Crucible", Fact or Fiction?
The Salem Witch Craft Trials began in 1692, due to illness upon two young girls, Betty Parris and Abigail Williams, which could not be diagnosed. The girls were victim to hallucinations and seizures. The Salem Village doctor was unable to diagnose any true illness, so concluded that the girls had been bewitched. In recent studies they thought that they might have suffered from encephalitis lethargica, though this is not a fact. The symptoms from the medical condition describe the same symptoms that one can get from eating moldy rye wheat bread, which was what the scientists in 1970 con…
- "The Crucible", Fact or Fiction?
- The Crucible, Arthur Miller
- The Crucible. The question is how do greed and private motives of characters play a part in the novel and have consequences that extend into the lives of all the Salemites. Includes direct quotations.
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