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Essay | "The Crucible" Ending

This student essay consists of approximately 5 pages of analysis of "The Crucible" Ending.
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"The Crucible" Ending

Summary: Essay discusses the importance of the ending "The Crucible" by Arthur Miller and includes detailed references to key aspects of the film that show how the director has led viewers to this point.


The film The Crucible, based upon Arthur Millar's thought-provoking play, captures the audiences attention as they are lead from misguided but seemingly harmless beginnings through to a mass hysteria which culminates in a climacteric ending. The Crucible details the Salem Witch Trials of 1692 which victimised the townspeople through their own weaknesses as a society and resulted in the hangings of accused witches. The ending shows the true nature of characters revealed, forgiveness, loss of power, strength within ones self and the disintegration of order.

What begins as a young woman's desire for vengeance and a group of girls roped into the scheme quickly snowballs into an uncontrollable torrent of accusations and soon the quiet town of Salem is embroiled in suspicion.

The film begins in the early hours of darkness as a group of girls steal from their beds and into the forest under a...

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This section contains 1,245 words
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