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A Comparison of The Crucible and Under the Banner of Heaven

Summary: Compares the play, The Crucible, by Arthur Miller with Anthony Storr's nonfiction book, Under the Banner of Heaven. Discusses how the beliefs of the characters in the novel relate to the real life characters in Storr's book.
In Anthony Storr's Under the Banner of Heaven, he states that what one person "proclaims as `the truth' is incompatible with the beliefs of other people." In The Crucible, the main idea is that people's beliefs of what they find true are always different or conflicting. The beliefs of the characters in the play prove this true. Abigail's beliefs of adultery against John Proctor's beliefs of adultery; John Proctor's beliefs of how his wife, Elizabeth is acting about his affair against Elizabeth's beliefs; and Reverend Hale's beliefs about witchcraft against Governor Danforth's beliefs about witchcraft. These six characters are examples of how everyone's morals are different and conflicting.

Abigail Williams is a young girl who everyone thinks has a white name, but little do they know; she has an affair with John Proctor. John Proctor is a farmer in...

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