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The Crucible intolerance, hysteria, and reputation

the Crucible intolerance, hysteria, and reputation

I want the light of God, I want the sweet love of Jesus! I saw Brigitte Bishop with the Devil (1060)! Abigail Williams, Reverend Parris niece, is the ring leader in this case of hysteria. The growth of John Proctor is from some one who tries to find out who he is in the begging of the play to a person that dies for what he believes in a society that wrongly accuses him. Proctor and says he tries to get every one to worship the devil. Intolerance, the Crucible is set in a theocratic society, in which the church and the state are one, glaucon vs. Socrated and the religion is a strict, austere form of Protestantism known as Puritanism.

First she knows that she and her friends will just get a spanking for being caught dancing in the woods, but she also knows that if she accuses people of being witches and being forced to dance, there will not be punishment, none whatsoever. I saw Goody Osbur with the Devil! My older brother said the play showed the same mentality of the German people during the Holocaust, and when I understood what he meant I say that it is a lot like the part in the movie Beauty and the Beast when the character Gaston. In the end, hysteria can thrive only because people benefit from. Those following Abigail are considered to be holy men that are full of honesty and justice, but the play shows that even those who are thought to be respectable and right, like people of government or community leaders can bring death to innocent people. Abigail ruins a marriage, causes people to be hung, and manages to loose all respect from people towards herself. Proctors husband, John Proctor, and she wanted to some how get rid of Elizabeth. In the end he had what he wanted most, integrity.

She is enraptured, as though in a pearly light. Parris comes to court three months later and says that Abigail has stolen all his money and has left town and he feels guilty for the people who were accused by her and hung because. Hale, Judge Hawthorne, and Governor Danforth were killing people in the name of God simply because of their fear of evil. The court does not want to admit they were wrong though because they feel the people will rebel if they now come out and say sorry, we made a small mistake. Along with her other people of the village become so afraid for their own good they will try and convict any of they feel are affiliated with, or being with, the Devil.

the Crucible intolerance, hysteria, and reputation

He illustrates how pressure created by fear, intolerance, and frustration can cause people. He illustrates how pressure created by fear, intolerance, and frustration can cause people to accept their personal.