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    Conflict In The Crucible

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    reading “The Crucible”, written by Arthur Miller, many themes are present throughout the play. For example the theme, the truth will set you free and lies have no end and they only keep growing, is present all throughout the drama. This major theme affects many character’s lives and decisions, that eventually end to a tragic end. The people of Salem later realize who they can and can’t trust. For example, the first conflict that shows that the truth will set you free, is the conflict with Reverend

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    The Crucible Conflicts

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    The Crucible Conflicts In his play The Crucible, published in 1953, writer Arthur Miller used the time period of the Puritans to convey his warning about the McCarthy era. Through his dramatization of various conflicts within the Salem community, Miller opened the Twentieth Century eyes to the witch hunt conducted by Senator Joe McCarthy. Using the motifs of power struggles, accusations, and confessions depicted the conflicts between Abigail and Mary Warren, John Proctor and himself, Reverend Hale

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    The Crucible Conflicts

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    The Crucible There are many conflicts between Rebecca Nurse, Reverend Parris, and the Putnams. Not all of the conflicts around Tituba and the girls in the woods. Goody Putnam doesn’t like Rebecca Nurse because all of her children and Reverend Parris is more worried about himself then his own children. Some of the characters in the Crucible aren’t focused on the real problems and just focused on the surface, not deep down where there are events unfolding which would take the blame elsewhere, Goody

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    There are multiple types of conflict in The Crucible that forwards the plot, these types of conflict are in the play and most characters have some type of conflict with another person, the town, or themselves. The Crucible is a play that is absolutely filled to the brim with conflict and is set in the time period of the Salem Witch Trials that lasted from February 1692 up until May 1693. In the play, many people were deceived, accusations were thrown around town, and people were hung or burned at

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    The political conflicts and campaigns have greatly affected the American Drama; a specified study of Arthur Miller’s The Crucible. __________________________________________________________________________ Muhammad Ayaz dr_ayazlali@hotmail.com Mustansar Abbas mustansarabbas334@gmail.com Muhammad Mansha M.MANSHA57@gmail.com Misbah Aslam misbahabozar@gmail.com Department of English Literature, the University of Lahore, Sargodha Campus, Punjab Pakistan Abstract: This article presents the impacts

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    The play, “The Crucible” is written by Arthur Miller in 1953. During this time of American history, a war had just ended and there was a deeply rooted fear of communists infiltrating American soil; Americans had begun to turn on each other out of fear that people around them were against American ideals. Arthur Miller expressed his concern for the time by writing “The Crucible,” which is written about a witch hunt that occurred in Salem, Massachusetts in 1692. Arthur Miller used the themes of an

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    John Proctor is a well respected farmer during the Salem Witch Trials. In The Crucible, Proctor faces many conflicts. An external conflict that Proctor faces is when he gets caught having an affair with Abigail Williams and he loses all of his wife’s trust. When Elizabeth found out about the affair between John and Abigail she kicked Abigail out and had lost all trust of Proctor. Proctor became more faithful to his wife Elizabeth and he wanted to earn her trust back, but she has a hard time because

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    The conflict in Arthur Miller’s “The Crucible” is primarily fuelled by spite, and is successful in revealing previously hidden character traits. Abigail is the main instigator of the conflict in Salem, and is motivated by her sense of longing for John Proctor and hatred towards the society. Conflict that begins between her and Proctor eventually stems into further issues involving Abigail, Elizabeth, and the town of Salem as a whole. Each of the conflictions affect characters in different ways, such

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    during the times of the Salem witch trials, the church and the people were very close. This is what led to the hysteria and chaos which was the Salem witch trials. It also led to many conflicts between the characters in this book, because anyone who was against the church was considered a criminal. Some of these conflicts were between; Abigail and the other children, Danforth and the town folk, and John Proctor with himself and his wife. Abigail consistently intimidated the village girls. One night

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    the witch trials were a result of hysteria, the accusations were caused by social feuds and class conflicts, the puritan worldview, the role of women in the settlement, and wars and anxiety. The Crucible, a play written by Arthur Miller attempted to demonstrate these themes, but there was some parts that were not depicted to the truth. One of the main factors of the Salem witch trials was class conflicts and social feuds. There was a lot of tension in the settlement because people were accusing others

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