The Crucible Essay | Student Essay

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Summary: Essay is a comparison of Arthur Miller's "The Crucible" and "The Life You Save May Be Your Own" by Flannery O' Connery.
The Crucible by Arthur Miller and The Life You Save May Be Your Own by Flannery O'Connor, are two very extraordinary, but yet different pieces of writings. In this particular essay, I want to analyze the view-points and elements of the time period, in which these two stories take place.

The Life You Save May Be Your Own was based during the Depression of the 1930s. Throughout this time, the widespread of unemployment brought rough times to many. Unemployed men, and sometimes women, wandered from city to city and house to house, seeking odd jobs in return for food, clothes, or shelter. When World War II began, many regularly employed workers joined the armed forces, so this allowed the unemployed to fill in at temporary jobs. This is the basic background information for The Life You Save May Be Your Own, and it helps you to better understand...

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