The Crucible Essay | The Crucible: A Character Analysis of Mary Warren

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The Crucible: A Character Analysis of Mary Warren

Summary: Discusses the Arthur Miller play, The Crucible. Provides a character analysis of Mary Warren and describes how she helped feed the themes of the play.
Marry Warren plays a very important role in The Crucible in the development of the plot. Mary Warren is a character of weak determination who allows herself to be bullied constantly. She is not an evil person, but her weak will combined with her desire to be someone in the Salem community forces her into a situation in which she does harm to other people. She attempts to stand up to her main pressure, Abigail Williams, in the crucial court scene in Act III, but her lack of resolve undermines this effort and leads to the climax. Mary Warren's extremely weak will and timid nature cause her to feed the theme in the play that people will often succumb society pressuring them towards an easier end rather than stand up and do what they know is right.

Mary Warren is not a...

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