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  • Crucible - Theme Analysis Zachary Azar
  • Lies & Deceit
  • "Elizabeth, I have confessed it!"
  • "Oh, God!"
  • Lies & Deceit
  • "You are no wintry man. I know you, John. I KNOW you."
  • Fear & Histeria
  • "Mary Warren! Draw back your spirit out of them!"
  • When trying to prove his points of Elizabeth's innocence and his own lechery, John Proctor calls on wife. When she enters the court room, she talks to Danforth and lies about John's deceitfulness, the first lie of her life. In this scenario, it turns out to be deadly, leading to John's death after. (Miller 105).
  • Fear & Histeria
  • "Why, this go hard with her, Proctor, this-- I had my doubts, but here's calamity."
  • During the first act of the play, John Proctor and Abigail Williams talk near the bedside of unconscious Betty. During their conversation, they reveal that during Abigail's service of his home, they had an affair. This shows John's deceitfulness toward his wife, even if he feels bad about it many months later. (Miller 22).
  • Respect & Reputation
  • "My wife is the very brick and mortar of the church, Mr. Hale."
  • During the presentation of accusations toward Abigail Williams, she turns to pretending the use of witchcraft. To accomplish her goal, she screams and shouts about Mary being a bird. Quickly enough, the fear and hysteria of the situation overpower Judge Danforth as he falls for Abigail's manipulative lie. (Miller 107).
  • "Oh, please, Mary! Don't come down."
  • On an investigation of the Proctor household on the suspicion of witchcraft based on allegation by Abigail, Cheever decides to look around. To his surprise, he spots a poppet with a needle in it's stomach, exactly what Abigail spoke of, a discovery that immediately throughs him into the hysteria of witchery in Proctor's house. (Miller 70).
  • During Reverend Hale's trip to speak with John and Elizabeth Proctor, he encounters Giles Corey and Francis Nurse. During their meeting, he is told that their wives have also been arrested for witchcraft. During Francis' rebuttal, he talks about his wife's reputation as a very Christian woman, known to have a very good name in the village and church. (Miller 67).
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