Crucible Literary Conflict

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The Crucible Summary & Lesson Plans

The Crucible by Arthur Miller

Lesson Plans by Rebecca Ray

The Crucible is a play with many allegorical references. Written during the 1950s but set in the 1600s, Arthur Miller used the Salem witch trials in Massachusetts to represent the figurative witch hunt for communists in the United States,commonly known as the 'Red Scare'. Using actual court manuscripts and primary documents, Miller brings to life the people of Salem, and the atrocities the occurred there, in this heart-wrenching play.

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  • MAN vs MAN
  • She's lying!!!!
  • MAN vs SELF
  • I, John Proctor, do admit my part in the witchcraft in this town. I sent my spirit out to harass other people and danced with the Devil. I am sorry. Please don't kill me.
  • Sincerely,John Proctor
  • Abigail accuses Elizabeth of being a witch because she wants her out of the picture so she can be with John Proctor instead.
  • John Proctor has to convince the court that Abigail is lying to get rid of Elizabeth. He needs to convince the town that the girls are creating mass hysteria that isn't true.
  • John Proctor can't live with himself if he signs his name in order to save his own life.
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