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The Events in Arthur Miller's "The Crucible"

Summary: This essay is just a brief summary of the events in "The Crucible" by Arthur Miller.
Arthur Miller's "The Crucible" is about the Salem witch-trials in Boston. It deals sepcifically in the mass hysteria that witch-craft brought upon people and the people's consequential loss of reasoning and common sense because of these witch trials. The children of Boston are considered inferior to adults, drones who only spoke when spoken to at the beginning of the book, and towards the end gain a position in the witch-trials of superiority. The elders consider the children to be perfect entities whose job is to weed out the witches of Salem. One character, the tragic hero of the book, John Proctor, has an adulterous affair with a girl, Abigail Williams, who later becomes a whore. John's wife, Elizabeth Proctor, discovers this affair when John tells her about it. John and Elizabeth's relationship then becomes vey distanced, loveless, and untrusting. Elizabeth is...

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