THE CRUCIBLE - Arthur Miller (Penguin Modern Classics)

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  • Loại: Fiction
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Publisher : Penguin

Language : English

Paperback : 126 pages

Item Weight : 100g

Condition : Good, Slightly Stained

Sách hiện có tại 205 Trần Huy Liệu, phường 8, Phú Nhuận.


"The Crucible" by Arthur Miller is a classic play set in Salem, Massachusetts, during the infamous Salem witch trials of the late 17th century. The story follows the lives of various townspeople as they grapple with mass hysteria, false accusations, and the consequences of fanaticism.

At the center of the play is John Proctor, a farmer who becomes embroiled in the witchcraft accusations after his servant, Abigail Williams, falsely accuses his wife, Elizabeth, of witchcraft. As the hysteria spreads, fueled by personal vendettas and religious fervor, innocent people are condemned and executed.

Through its portrayal of the Salem witch trials, "The Crucible" serves as an allegory for the anti-communist witch hunts of the 1950s, led by Senator Joseph McCarthy, during the height of the Cold War. Miller uses the historical events of Salem to explore themes of fear, hysteria, and the dangers of unchecked authority.

"The Crucible" is a powerful and timeless exploration of human nature and the consequences of intolerance and injustice. It continues to resonate with audiences, serving as a cautionary tale about the dangers of scapegoating and the importance of standing up for truth and justice, even in the face of overwhelming opposition.

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