Conformity In The Crucible

analytical Essay
381 words
381 words

At first glance the characters of Arthur Miller's Crucible seem to be valid only in the time they were written in. The very strict, tight knit community of Salem is rarely seen today at the extent in the play. However after looking at the world today and the currently seen characteristics, Miller's play becomes timeless. A play that was written in the 1952 taken place in the 1692 has modern characters. The characters can be considered modern for many reasons. Among these are their resistance to conformity. Despite their clothing, John Proctor, Elizabeth Proctor, and Abigail Williams are thoroughly modern people. Today people are constantly stimulated by the media, always seeing what’s new and current. People in the media are regularly creating

In this essay, the author

  • Analyzes how arthur miller's crucible is timeless, despite its strict, tight-knit salem community, and its resistance to conformity.
  • Explains that people are constantly stimulated by the media, constantly creating new fashion trends, making whatever they are wearing the new normal. clothing, something that isn't alway thought of as great importance significantly represents conformity.
  • Analyzes how john proctor can be considered modern because of his lack of conformity. in 1692, the law was based upon principles from the bible.
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