What Is The Literary Criticism Of The Crucible

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Maliek bynoe

Crucible Literary Analysis
The crucible is a story of the puritan people with many characters with varying moral choices, and how humans no matter how bad the crimes they commit, can still solve things the right way, and others who are just too blind to see the right path.
This type of behavior comes out when there is a struggle between people, in which the struggle within salem is the suspicion of witchcraft. i feel that there are three characters that show this more than others throughout this story. those three include
Abigail williams, John Proctor, and paris. the character abigail has a very stubborn, and aggressive. especially for someone whos supposed to be one with god, but she shows vengeance and lots of anger.
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This type of behavior comes out when there is a struggle between people, in which the struggle within salem is the suspicion of witchcraft. i feel that there are three characters that show this more than others throughout this story. those three include
Abigail williams, John Proctor, and paris. the character abigail has a very stubborn, and aggressive. especially for someone whos supposed to be one with god, but she shows vengeance and lots of anger. in the story she says “I have seen some reddish work done at night, and i can make you wish you had never seen the sun go down.” showing the reader that Abigail is the one who is very aggressive and tends to threat people even though she supposed to be close to god as invoked by her religion. another way she shows how she has bad moral choices is when she says “she sends her spirit upon me in church” when she says this she says it to get this girl accused of witchcraft lying to get others in harm and to save
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