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Justice and The Crucible

Summary: Explores the theme of justice in the Crucible, by Arthur Miller. Also relates the theme to two other texts, the Green Mile, by Stephen King and Ballard of the Landlord, a poem by by Langston Hughes.
While justice is meant to be administered with upmost fairness and equality Aurther Millers play The Crucible demonstrates that this does not always prevail, and in many circumstances the forces of injustices are exposed. Those appointed to administer justice often misuse their power resulting in a lack of justice. The judges in the court of Salam and in the film The Green Mile do not deliver justice fairly and accuse those who are innocent without any tangible evidence. In addition, Justice failed to protect the individuals of Salam and instead was blinded by their personal jealousies, vengeance, fear and greed. Similarly, in the poem `Ballard of the Landlord' by Langston Hughes the justice administered by the judge was blinded by race, colour and background.

Those appointed to administer justice often misuse their power resulting in a lack of justice. Judge Danforth is a character that believes...

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