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Essay | The Crucible: Desire and Destruction

This student essay consists of approximately 3 pages of analysis of The Crucible.
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The Crucible: Desire and Destruction

Summary: This is an essay about "The Crucible" by Arthur Miller. This essay is about the love triangle between John Proctor, Elizabeth, and Abigail.
It is interesting to see how intentions can change through sex and greed. Someone of great morals and love might cheat on their life long mate just for pure pleasure. And maybe through jealousy and greed the other mate would try anything in their power to obtain their sole love. This is such the case in Arthur Miller's The Crucible. Throughout The Crucible, characters Elizabeth Proctor and Abigail Williams connect over a passion for John Proctor resulting in loss of innocents, deceit, and death.

John Proctor is married to the sickly Elizabeth Proctor. While his beloved wife is ill, John commits adultery with 17 year old Abigail Williams. To John, the affair was loveless, but to young Abigail, it was much more. This is shown when she states, "I have a sense for heat, John, and yours has drawn me to my window... do you tell...

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This section contains 731 words
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