- 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.
Act please? Proctor and Abigail have more than one interaction in the play.... additional information is required.
By the end of Act 1 the girls dancing in the woods (and dabbling in other things they should not have been doing) turned into a litany of people being charged with witchcraft. Who, in your opinion, is most responsible? You may pick up to two people, but y
If I had to choose two people, I'd have to choose Abigail and Parris. Abigail was the leader of the girl in the woods. The other girls followed her lead, and once they began.... they couldn't seem to stop. Parris, on the other hand, was more...
This deflects attention away from their antics in the forest to others who really had done nothing wrong.