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Hysteria in the Crucible and Three Sovereigns for Sarah

Summary: Explains and compares the use of hysteria in the two pieces The Crucible and Three Sovereigns for Sarah.
Hysteria in The Crucible and Three Sovereigns for Sarah In the play, The Crucible, and the screenplay, Three Sovereigns for Sarah, hysteria plays a key role in contributing to the murders of innocent people. These two pieces of literature express how the seemingly insignificant lies of children can lead to chaos and mass confusion. Both productions demonstrate how selfish attempts to obtain personal value can prolong the events that cause hysteria. When innocent and important people of the Salem Village community begin to be murdered in the turmoil brought on by the children's lies, the level of panic and hysteria in Salem increases. The Crucible and Three Sovereigns for Sarah both express to their audience the development of hysteria in Salem Village due to the wrongdoings of a few children and the egocentric peers of these children.

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