The Crucible Essay | Conflict of Individual in Society, in Authur Miller's the Crucible.

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Conflict of Individual in Society, in Authur Miller's the Crucible.

Summary: Arthur Miller's, The Crucible, conveys many important values, central to the play through the use of conflicts between individuals and their society. Miller explores the importance of standing up for one's beliefs, the issue of sacrifice and how it may be necessary for the good of society in times of turmoil and of repression with the way it leads to rebellion.
Arthur Miller's, The Crucible, conveys many important values, central to the play through the use of conflicts between individuals and their society. Miller explores the importance of standing up for one's beliefs, the issue of sacrifice and how it may be necessary for the good of society in times of turmoil and of repression with the way it leads to rebellion. In The Crucible, these conflicts are shown through the use of three major characters and their struggle within themselves and society. Reverend John Hale, John Proctor, and Abigail Williams have been constructed to embody the values and attitudes represented by conflict in The Crucible.

Miller states the importance of sticking to one's principles. This theme is chiefly represented by Reverend Hale, and is shown through his conflict with the court. The court represents the literal aspects of Christendom and...

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