Comparing The Crucible and the Scarlet Letter

The Puritans had a heavily important part in the formation of early America, as well as a religion that influenced our early American society. This society has been the target which many authors have picked to set their novels in. The topic of Puritan life contains a broad list of aspects that can be easily […]

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Violation of Human Rights in The Crucible

IB English Exam A2 Question #2 : Violations of the Declaration of Human Rights during the Salem Witch Trials During the Salem witch trials, many violations of todays Universal Declaration of Human Rights occurred. Inclusively, some are still being done today. Upon having a victim under an acusation, many articles were not respected. This is […]

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The Crucible: The Witchcraft Hysteria

The Crucible: The Witchcraft Hysteria In 1692, in Salem Massachusetts, the superstition of witches existed in a society of strong Christian beliefs. Anybody who acted out of the ordinary was accused of being a witch and then the accuse would actually be forgiven if the blamed their accusations on another individual. This was the main […]

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The Crucible

ARTHUR MILLER: THE AUTHOR AND HIS TIMES In Salem, Massachusetts, a dozen teen-age girls and a black slave woman are caught dancing in the woods around a bubbling cauldron. Today, you wouldn’t even use the word caught. You might think these girls were strange, but you’d hardly call the cops on them. But it’s 1692, […]

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Miller and Kazan: On the Waterfront and The Crucible

Introduction All literary works, ranging from plays, films, novels, short stories to oral narratives and everyday stories, derive their material from the way any society lives. The period in which a certain literary work was conceived is of no importance, as in all eras, people take the concerns of the society to come up with […]

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Critical Lens Crucible and to Kill a Mockingbird

The Great Alexander Pope once said, “Difficulties are things which show what men really are. ” This statement means that challenges in life display people’s true personalities. This quote is true, and many works of literature support this idea. Two pieces of literature that support this statement made by Alexander Pope are Arthur Miller’s tragedy, […]

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