The Crucible

What does the exposition in the beginning of act one tell readers about the way they are to perceive the events that follow?


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We get the sense that Salem is a Puritan theocracy and ruled with a rigid set of laws and expectations. We also learn about several teenage girls who caught dancing in the woods by Rev. Parris and the scandal it will create.