Compare and Contrast - Part 1 of 2

Compare and Contrast - Part 1 of 2
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  • This dude is a witch too guys! GET HIM!
  • Characters - The Crucible
  • Unbelievable... but I'll go along with it anyway!
  • YEAH! YEAH! GET HIM, YEAH!
  • Really?
  • Characters - Death of a Salesman
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  • Characters - Compare and Contrast
  • I did?
  • You used to love me, you know.
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  • In the Crucible, the protagonist is known as John Proctor. Some other important characters seen throughout the novel are his wife Elizabeth Proctor, Reverend John Hale, and the antagonist, Abigail Williams.
  • Setting - The Crucible
  • In Death of a Salesman, both the protagonist and antagonist is Willy Loman, a salesman with worsening dementia. Other important characters worth mentioning are his wife, Linda Loman, and his two sons Biff and Happy.
  • Setting - Death of a Salesman
  • In both novels, the protagonist feels threatened by the antagonist and influence both main characters' decisions throughout the book for the good of their family reputation along with their own. In the Crucible, Abigail is more aggressive, and takes action to ruin John Proctors reputation, however in Death of a Salesman, Willy's thoughts ruin the respect he has for himself which leads to a downward spiral of his career. His thoughts were instead more passive when it came to destroying his reputation.
  • Setting - Compare and Contrast
  • The Crucible takes place in Salem, Massachusetts in the late 17th century. The town is heavily religious and just about everyone strictly follows Puritan values.
  • Death of a Salesman takes place in Brooklyn, New York in the mid 20th century. The urban area is very business oriented and everyone is trying to be a winner and live large.
  • Both settings greatly influence the behavior of characters in both books. In the late 1600s New England had many Puritans and in the post-depression 1940s, everyone wanted to make money. However, both settings contrast because they take place at different times and locations and because of that, people in 1690s Salem have different distinct characteristics and behavior than other people living in 1940s Brooklyn.
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