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Concepts of Punishment, Justice, and Crime in The Crucible by Arthur Miller

In five pages this paper discusses how this play is not a commentary on 17th century religious issues but deals instead with compl...

Character Analysis of John and Abigail in The Crucible by Arthur Miller

In this thesis orientated essay consisting of six pages a comparison of two very different characters John Proctor and Abigail Wil...

McCarthyism Rebuttal in Arthur Miller's The Crucible

In eight sources this paper discusses how McCarthyism is presented in Arthur Miller's play The Crucible. Six sources are cited in...

Dytopias in The Crucible by Arthur Miller and The Handmaid's Tale by Margaret Atwood

In eleven pages this paper compares each work in terms of the social divisions and corruptions they represent. There are various ...

Radicalism of the American Revolution, Urban Crucible, and Republicanism

In five pages these books are discussed in terms of the representation of republicanism in each. There is no bibliography include...

Arthur Miller's Play The Crucible and the Film Interpretation

In five pages this paper contrasts and compares the 1950s' play with the 1990s' film version with McCarthyism among the topics of ...

Abigail Williams' Trial in Arthur Miller's The Crucible

In five pages this paper discusses the witch trial of Abigail Williams as depicted by Arthur Miller in his play The Crucible. The...

Senator Joseph McCarthy's Trials and The Crucible by Arthur Miller

society around the McCarthy trials. It should be understood that the information presented only reflects some of the possibilities...

China's Modernity and the 'Crucible' of Shanghai

other areas of Shanghai are marked Chinese" (Goodman, 2004). Researchers have discovered that studying Shanghai in particular "sh...

Honesty in “The Crucible”

conflict, if the truth were told more chaos would erupt and more confusion that would demand the townspeople look at honesty and t...

Geoffrey Barraclough’s Unconventional Interpretation of the Carolingian Empire in The Crucible of Europe

Carolingian Empire was a complete unification of Europe, but the denial of the many regional differences and the steadfast refusal...

Human Failing: Miller’s The Crucible

the whole town ultimately. Abigail is the main character and she is the one who instigates, or illuminates, the behaviors of all...

Crucible of Character by Etheridge

who felt that the school needed to deal with admissions differently. When he presents Hughes poem, however, he is presenting it as...

John Proctor in "The Crucible": Moral Dilemma

strikingly beautiful girl, an orphan, with an endless capacity for dissembling" (Miller, 1959, p. 487). She is convinced that she ...

John Proctor in The Crucible: A Moral Dilemma

as a witch. As the play progresses, suspicion grows on all sides, until the only way to stop the madness is for John to tell the ...

The Crucible: Minority Opinion

and they are clearly the minority. In this story the majority is the ruling force, the political body which is essentially compr...

Historical Documents through the Lens of “The Crucible”

if the entire city has gone mad and all that is necessary for a person to be found guilty is for the accusation to be made. The lu...

The Family Crucible (Reaction Paper)

This 5 page paper reacts to chapters 5 through the end of the book. Both a professional and personal reaction is provided for this...

The Crucible and the Issue of Pride in the Play

to death. Proctor, who places his pride above his life, chooses to die rather than comprise his principles so Abigail, though she ...

Events in The Crucible and in Today's Headlines

Bush Administration and its continual claims that we were in immediate danger mirrors the climate Miller creates in his play. In t...

"The Crucible" and State Control of Social Compliance

social compliance is often maintained as a result of the purposeful exploitation of societal guilt by dominant power structures. P...

The Crucible, Ethan Frome, and the Scarlet Letter - Notes on Theme

of his academic learning in demonology and witchcraft. However, he begins to question this duty when Danforth begins to indiscrimi...

The Value of Crucible Experiences

In a paper of three pages, the writer looks at how crucible experiences shape values. The case example of a parent's divorce is us...

Comparative Analysis of Arthur Miller's Characters Willy Loman and John Proctor

This paper consists of 5 pages and contrasts and compares the protagonists John Proctor and Willy Loman as featured in Arthur Mill...

The Crucible by Arthur Miller and Its Meaning to 1950s and Contemporary Audiences

In six pages the play and its meaning are discussed within a contrasting context of what it meant to 1950s audiences and what it m...

Self Sacrifice in The Crucible by Arthur Miller

In an essay consisting of five pages John Proctor's self sacrifice and the inspiration it represents in love's power to withstand ...

The Difficult Questions Asked in Arthur Miller's 'The Crucible'

perceives as her "rival." Rather they listen to the girl, and in the case of all good villains she switches the blame, "She is b...

'Young Goodman Brown' and 'The Crucible'

This is a 5 page essay that compares the characterizations of Goodman and Faith Brown and Elizabeth and John Proctor in these work...

Power in The Crucible by Arthur Miller

In five pages the three power wielding groups of the desire for emancipation for women, the false witchcraft accusations by girls,...

Religious and Sociocultural Settings of The Scarlet Letter by Nathaniel Hawthorne and The Crucible by Arthur Miller

neglected to train her in this mode of behaviour; it is evident that she has been treated primarily as a servant rather than as a ...