The Crucible Essay | Student Essay

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The Crucible

Summary: In The Crucible, the accusers are often innocent while their many unjust accusations play a huge role in leading many characters to decide for their own conscience to either confess or eventually conclude in death.
In The Crucible, witch trials are the center of attention. Dramatic accusations and confessions flood the story even beyond the courtroom. The entire courtroom depends on accusations, which is also the only way in identifying witches. Once an accusation is made, the person accused is tried in the court and the accuser has the last laugh. Confessions on the other hand, are like proof or evidence for the courtroom. Once a confession is made, the whole public immediately notices and the person is free to live, but those who do not confess are condemned and hanged to death. In The Crucible, the accusers are often innocent while their many unjust accusations play a huge role in leading many characters to decide for their own conscience to either confess or eventually conclude in death.

Arthur Miller portrays the theme of hysteria to show its big role in tearing up...

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