Danforth shows this when in Act III he says "a person is either with this court or he must be counted against it." Empowerment is central in modern day society and appears in The Crucible many times. The play shows how power corrupts and how certain characters use there power in association with fear, to get there way... Showed first 250 characters
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People can be horrible and terribly deceptive. When placed under pressures and after experiencing trauma peoples real character can come out. In the case of The Crucible Abigail is shown for what she really is. She gets a kind of power and this corrupts her to use the situation to have Elizabeth Proctor sent to jail... Showed next 250 characters
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The Crucible: Fooled By The Innocence Of Youth
In the play "The Crucible" by Arthur Miller, Miller displays how easily
people can be fooled by the innocence of youth. He also exposes the gullibility
of common people, even people such as Danforth and Hathorne, who play the role
of the "wise" judges...
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The Three Supreme Threats of Salem
The Crucible is a historical play based on the Salem Witchcraft Trials in 1692 written by Author Miller. The play begins with Betty and Ruth not being able to wake up...
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Arthur Miller's 'The Crucible' relevance to today
Witchcraft in the 17th Century, was seen as an act of Lucifer, 'The Crucible', is about witchcraft, but also about ourselves.
According to the 1988 Childcraft International World Book Encyclopedia, Vol A-K, America;
Cru/ci/ble (kr'u`'sebel), n...
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"The Crucible" critical analysis
Miller's play is an argument in favor of moral flexibility. The fundamental flaw in the natures of the Puritan elders and by extension of the McCarthyites is precisely their extreme tendency toward moral absolutism, " You must understand," says Danforth, an important character in The Crucible, " that a person is either with this court or he must be counted against it, there be no road between...
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Good Morning Miss Kerr, fellow students.
I am here today to guide you through the relevance of Miller’s the Crucible to modern life.
Here are some examples of the relevance of The Crucible then and now which I will be discussing with you...
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The Crucible: how is it relevant to today's society?
People fear change. People fear persecution. In the play The Crucible fear is used ridiculously to persecute the innocent and save ones self. Salem, a puritan community, had god and religion as its number one priority...