Samples "The Crucible"

The Crucible

Comparison: The Great Gatsby and The Crucible

“The Great Gatsby” and “The Crucible” are both considered to be classics of American literature. They both deal with a specific moment in American history, and they both show how groups of people behave in particular ways in particular circumstances. Indeed, it can be argued that both of the works...

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Dynamic Characters in the Crucible

At the essence of plot development is the inclusion of dynamic characters. Dynamic characters are those that develop over the course of the plot from their original renditions or from the characteristics that they originally exhibited. One of the examples of works which have dynamic characters can be seen in...

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John Proctor’s Decision in the Crucible

At the end of the play The Crucible, John Proctor is faced with the decision of confessing to witchcraft although that would be a lie, or refusing to confess in which case he’d be hanged. If he confesses to witchcraft it would be more to him than just lying. He...

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