What is Betty Parris' condition?
What is Arthur Miller saying about the dangers of sensationalism in the play The Crucible?
What is an internal and external conflict for John Proctor?
What is an example of assimilation in Arthur Miller's play The Crucible?
What is Abigail's relationship to John and Elizabeth Proctor?  What does Betty hear that makes her clap her hands over her ears and whine?  Why does Reverend Parris feel resentful towards his...
What does Abigail say about Elizabeth Proctor?
At the very end of The Crucible, there is a scene where John Proctor and Abigail are talking in forest. Why did Arthur Miller delete that scene?
Throughout the course of The Crucible, does Danforth change?
Reverend Hale is showing some signs of stress during the second act. Explain the ways that Hale has changed from the first act to the second, and how he has been affected both physically and mentally...
Read between the lines. What is the hidden meaning in the following set of lines? Proctor: It is a whore! Danforth: You charge--? Abigail: Mr. Danforth, he is lying! Proctor: Mark her. Now...
In the play The Crucible, by Arthur Miller, how does fire work as a symbol?
The pivotal characters in the play are John and Elizabeth Proctor. How are they involved in these trials?
Does Parris end up as a broken man in The Crucible?
I need a summary of The Crucible.
Name three characters and discuss why they are blind to the truth in The Crucible.
In The Crucible, how does Arthur Miller use allegory to represent what happened during McCarthyism?
John Proctor pleads, "I have given you my soul; leave me my name!" Explain how this desire to keep his name is connected to the theme of reputation and integrity.
How would I cite this quote from The Crucible?   "You think it God’s work you should never lose a child, nor a grandchild either, and I bury all but one?  There are wheels within wheels in this...
In The Crucible, how and why does the reverend Parris’s behaviour toward witches change through the play?
How well do the characters in Arthur Miller's The Crucible listen to each other?
How does Tituba react to Betty's condition?
How is Thomas Putnam responsible for the witch trials in Salem?
How do the stage directions at the beginning of Act IV set the mood?  What does the contrast between this setting and the one described at the start of Act I suggest about the changes brought about...
How is the setting of Arthur Miller's The Crucible essential to the theme and conflict of the story?
How does the Puritan experience in The Crucible resurface in the modern world?
How does Mary Warren face a backlash from Abigail when she attempts to reveal what is happening?
How does John Proctor respond to the questions about why he has not been to church in The Crucible?
How is hypocrisy shown in Arthur Miller's The Crucible?
How has Danforth become a victim of his own logic?
How is Giles’ deposition turned against him in The Crucible?
How do the few pages immediately prior to Hale's entrance in Act II deepen our understanding of Elizabeth and Abigail?
How does Abigail Williams cause hysteria, when she accuses Elizabeth Proctor of witchcraft in The Crucible?
How did the gift from Mary Warren work against Elizabeth Proctor?
How did Abigail manipulate Reverend Parris?
How is The Crucible violent?
How does The Crucible compare to actual historical events like the real Salem Witch Trials and the Red Scare?
How could I write a monologue of up to at least 250 words for Tituba in The Crucible?
How does the conflict between one set of characters lead to larger concepts of hysteria, intolerance, reputation, etc.?
In Arthur Miller's The Crucible, how do the characters' motivations make them do what they do?
How can I develop a thesis about paranoia and hysteria in The Crucible?
How does Abigail react to Tituba's change in heart in The Crucible?
Explain why Mrs. Putnam was so concerned about the condition of her daughter in The Crucible.
Explain what Giles’ dialogue reveals about what he thinks is behind the witch hunt in The Crucible.
Explain how Rebecca Nurse establishes credibility after she calms Betty Parris.
Explain how Miller uses symbolic actions and figurative language to communicate the state of the Proctors' relationship at the beginning of Act 2 of The Crucible.