- 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.
The ability to film a scene rather than direct a play gave the producers the abiliity to show the scene Parris witnessed, rather than imagine it in our own minds. As written, the audience would only be able to picture the event in reaction to the...
Parris has sent for a doctor because his ten year old daughter, Betty, is suffering from an unexplainable illness. She is unresponsive, as her father weeps by her bedside.
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