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The Tragedy of Salem

Summary: Essay examines the tragedy of the Salem Witch Trials in Arthur Miller's "The Crucible."
There was a crime committed down the street and a few kids say they saw you doing the crime. You have nothing to prove to them that you didn't. You were held responsible for it. What would your reaction be to that? You would sure say "No I had nothing to do with it" because you know you didn't. In this world some people live and die for pride were others try their whole life to understand it, and there are others who coward from it as well. John Procter's actions throughout the play are motivated by his strong sense of pride that he has on himself. In the book The Crucible by Arthur Miller, many of the characters learn things about themselves as well as the others. Some of the characters were John Procter, Reverend Parris and the judge, Danforth. Author Miller develops the characters...

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