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Discuss how Miller presents the themes of truth and justice in 'The Crucible.
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Discuss how Miller presents the themes of truth and justice in 'The Crucible.' In this essay, I will be looking at how Miller presents the themes of truth and justice in 'The Crucible'. To achieve this, I will examine a variety of characters including John Proctor because Miller uses his characters actions to convey the themes. Before I conclude, I will compare Miller's work to other plays. 'The Crucible', by Arthur Miller, is not an accurate historical account, but rather an accurate portrayal of the Salem witch trials of 1692 in Massachusetts. Miller makes minor changes to the...
'carry out God's work' and condemn who they thought were involved in witchcraft.

He shows some kind human traits, although the select conditions under which he does this, makes it seem a lot more false. When he is talking to Goody Proctor, he seems kind and respectful. When he dies this, she is already a condemned woman, and this may be for his own gain, as he is trying to get Procter to confess. This clearly shows that justice does not always triumph over evil.

By: MOhammed Ashiq Zubair

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