Two plays by Arthur Miller, Death of a Salesman and The Crucible, both contend that society is the indifferent, sometimes brutal, force that crushes an individual.
Although the plays take place in different time periods, they each convey the force...
This play expresses the different complications that come along with having to bear each "weight." Many characters in the play conform...
, illustrates the parallels between the Salem Witch Trials and the HUAC communist crisis, highlighting the injustice of Mc Carthyism.
“The Devil and Tom Walker” by Washington Irving and “Young Goodman Brown” by Nathaniel Hawthorne are both short stories that illustrate Puritan ideas about the place of evil in human nature.
Both short stories revolve around a central character...
Fear is Something to be Feared The word "fear" can be defined as: a distressing emotion aroused by impending danger or pain. ” It’s a common conception; women tell each other to wear black because the contrast is slimming.
In his play The Crucible, Arthur Miller addresses the fear embedded within Puritan society. Politicians run attack ads on components to make themselves look better in comparison. The name Salem or any mention of the Salem witch trials almost always turns heads, and usually this sudden attention is not due to a reputable history.
Abigail shows no sign of morals because she goes to great lengths to get what she wants and nothing else.
Abigail is also a character that is very deceitful.