The Crucible


What do you think how Millier dramatises ideological conflict in his play "The Crucible"?

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The largest conflict in ideology would be John Proctor's character. He is an honest, God fearing, loving man, and ye, he makes a mistake. He knows what he believes to be "ideal" and he strives to be attentive to his faith, but the guilt in him fights constantly with the ideals he can't let go of.