The Possibility of Hope in "The Crucible"
No matter how bleak they seem, all plays end in hope. Discuss how true this statement is of a non-Shakespearean play you have studied.
What is hope? To place one's confidence in the belief that something better will be obtained. "The Crucible" by Arthur Miller is a play in which many innocent characters die. Although the main message of the play is the restoration of hope to the village of Salem in the 17th century, it leaves us with many questions of how much hope we should place in our own society.
The outcome of the play did not end in hope for many characters. …
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