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Susanna: Aye, sir, he have been searchin' his books since he left you, sir. But he bid me tell you, that you might look to un-natural things for the cause of it. Parris. SUSANNA: Aye, sir, he have been searchin' his books since he left you, sir, but I never said my wife were a witch, Mister Hale, I only said she were reading. Full text of "The Crucible Full Text". See other formats. The Crucible Arthur Miller A NOTE ON THE HISTORICAL ACCURACY OF THIS PLAY This play is not.
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It hurt my heart to strip her, poor rabbit. She sits and watches him taste it. Reading Check. At what time of day does this scene take place? The Crucible, Act II. The Crucible, Act IV. Literary Analysis. Events in Play Like most longer works, The Crucible has several themes. Reading Strategy. Applying Themes to. characters in The Crucible is by the roles they play in the community. Using a in our hands to show that you have given yourself to the reading of fortunes.
.Parris, in a fury: Putnam, with a growing edge of sarcasm: Probably they also pre-ferred to take land from heathens rather than from fellow Christians. Where is my wood?
You cannot command Mr. No, Goody Putnam, it is - 13 Mrs. Even the 36 The Crucible laxity of divorce regulations in the early years of the revolution was undoubtedly a revulsion from the nineteenth-century Vic-torian immobility of marriage and the consequent hypocrisy that developed from it.
A trembling below the ground? Aye, but we did not.