- Miller, Arthur The Crucible (Harmondsworth: The Viking Press, 1971) [ISBN 0-14-02-4772-6]. Edited with an introduction by Gerald Weales. Contains the full text based on the Collected Plays, and various critical essays.
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The Question and Answer section for The Crucible is a great resource to ask questions, find answers, and discuss the novel.
My copy of the play does not have a list of characters. What version or publication of the play are you using in your classroom?
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