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Motifs: The Crucible

The Crucible

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

You’re young, you’re a girl, and you live in 1692 Salem. What do you do? Keep your mouth shut, of course … or cry “Witch!” This Recap has the scoop on a 17th-Century version of empowerment, courtesy Arthur Miller’s The Crucible. Hint: It’s pretty messed up.

 

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