The Crucible

d oyou think giles Corey's eccentric and earthy dialogue provides comic relief in the crucible?

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Giles Corey certainly does bring some levity to the play. He is perhaps the most down to earth character. He speaks plainly and honestly. Unfortunately, he often lets his guard down. His rather innocent comment about his wife reading something other than the Bible gets her killed.