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Text Response - Fear is a key motivating factor in the events of the Crucible. Discuss

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This is a text response essay that gives an in-depth analysis of the different events in the novel The Crucible, that leads to the motives behind characters' actions. This essay outlines the different events in where fear is present, and the impact that it has on each individual.

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Text Response - Fear is a key motivating factor in the events of the Crucible. Discuss
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Film Culture Arts American children The Crucible Abigail Williams John Proctor Samuel Parris John Hale Witchcraft Rebecca Nurse Mary Warren Arthur Miller
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Film Culture Arts American children The Crucible Abigail Williams John Proctor Samuel Parris John Hale Witchcraft Rebecca Nurse Mary Warren Arthur Miller
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During the hysteria, the power of state is under threat as some individuals begin to abuse authoritative power, using it against those who are overrun by fear, therefore lackingthe qualities needed to protect their upstanding moral rights. Fear plays a major role in The Crucible and is responsible for the unjust handling of the witchcraft trials. Throughout the trials, no evidence was found to convict anyone of witchcraft. Instead, the words of a group of young girls was taken as the truth as nobody dared question people who had seen and encountered the devil .Judge Danforth especially was blind to the untruthful girls as lying about issues of such magnitude was not rare due ...
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