Lord of the Flies

by William Golding

The Hired Girl

Laura Amy Schlitz

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Introduction: An apple a day...

The Crucible

Arthur Miller, 1953
Famous for: Midnight dancing in a Puritan forest, hysteria, super-twisted religion.

So the Salem witch trials were really, really serious. Like, people died, right? And there was horrible torture and innocent men and women were thrown in jail. Well, yes. But before we get all serious about all that serious stuff that Arthur Miller wrote about in The Crucible, let us to have a little fun, will you?

 

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