The Crucible Essay | A Reminder of Our Freedoms in "The Crucible"

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A Reminder of Our Freedoms in "The Crucible"

Summary: An essay about the injustices of pastimes in "The Crucible" era.
Everyday we wake up to a world that is said to be unfair or cruel. We awaken to the freedoms and virtues of a world of ignorance. In my beliefs I can strongly assume that based on the fact that we do not deal with the unfairness of the past, that we have no sense of what is an unfair world. For this I use the story The Crucible by Arthur Miller as my reasoning.

Today I can wake up at whatever time I choose, and can expect to proceed with my everyday routine. My routine filled with freedoms and fairness that I never take the time to realize. I compared my everyday life with the everyday life of a Character in the Crucible. Even thought it's very hard to find any comparison with our lives to theirs, I can see a...

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