The Crucible Essay | The Crucible:Theme of Revenge

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The Crucible:Theme of Revenge

Summary: Essay describes 3 characters of "The Crucible" by Arthur Miller as well as the aspect of revenge.
There are many different themes in Arthur Miller's, The Crucible. One very important theme that is evident throughout the entire novel is revenge, or punishment in return for. Three characters that want revenge in the story are John Proctor, Abigail Williams, and Thomas Putnam.

John Proctor, a local farmer who lives just outside the town of Salem, is very stern, and he hates hypocrisy. However, he has a hidden sin; he had an affair with Abigail Williams, his servant at the time. In Act II of the play, John Proctor wants revenge on the people who are leading the witch hunt. He thinks it is ridiculous because he knows that the girls are just making the stories up because they do not want to get in trouble for dancing in the woods. He tries to get revenge on the court by bringing in a deposition...

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