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Arthur Miller's "The Crucible" Provides Implications of Literary Techniques between the Play and the

Summary: A critique on the comparison between Arthur Miller's play, "The Crucible" and the movie.
When one chooses to direct a movie based on a play or text, one must make imperative decisions on how to establish mood, setting, and imagery. To establish this they may add new scenes that weren't in the original play. In the film edition of The Crucible, originally written by Arthur Miller, the director changed and added many scenes to further develop the movie. The opening scene, closing scene, and the scene between John and Elizabeth Procter at the ocean all are transformed between the original text and the movie.

The opening scene of The Crucible, directed by Nicholas Hytner, is extremely vital because it sets the scene for the entire film. When the film commences, many girls scattered around the village of Salem are sneaking out of their dwellings. It is dusk and there is...

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