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    About The Author:

    Arthur Miller was planned in NY town in 1915 and learned at the University of Michigan. His plays incorporate All My Sons (1947), Death of a salesperson (1949), the vessel (1953), A read from the Bridge and A Memory of 2 Mondays (1955), once the autumn (1964), Incident at Vichy (1965), the value (1968), The Creation of the planet and different Business (1972), and therefore the Yankee Clock (1980).
    He has likewise composed 2 books, Focus (1945) and therefore the Misfits, that was recorded in 1960, and therefore the content for In Russia (1969), within the Country (1977), and Chinese Encounters (1979), 3 books of photos by Inge Morath. His latest works incorporate a journal, Timebends (1987), the makes lightweight of The Ride Mt. Morgan (1991), The Last American (1993), Broken Glass (1994), and Mr. Subsides’ Connections (1999), Echoes Down the Corridor: Collected Essays, 1944-2000, and On Politics and therefore the Art of Acting (2001). He has double won the NY Drama Critics Circle Award, and in 1949 he was granted the Pulitzer Prize.

    Introduction:

    In 1692 nineteen men and women and two dogs were convicted and hanged for witchcraft in a small village in eastern Massachusetts. By the standards of our own time, if not of that, it was a minor event, a spasm of judicial violence that was concluded within a matter of months.
    The bodies were buried in shallow graves or not at all, as a further indication that the convicted had not only forfeited participation in the community of man in this life but in the community of saints in the next.
    In 1957 the Massachusetts General Court passed a resolution stating that “No disgrace or cause for distress” attached itself to the descendants of those indicted, tried, and sentenced. It did not, however, include by name all those who had suffered, and it was not until 1992 that the omissions were rectified in a further resolution of the court. It had taken exactly three hundred years for the state to acknowledge its responsibility for all those who died.

    Inside this book:

    To deflect punishment from themselves they accused others, and those who listened, themselves insecure in their authority, acquiesced, partly because it served their interests to do so and partly because they inhabited a world in which witchcraft formed a part of their cosmology. Their universe was absolute, lacking in ambivalence.
    There was only one text to consult, and that text reserved only one fate for witches. Perhaps because the needs of justice and the necessity for sustaining the authority of the court have not always been coincident and because there will always be those who defend the latter, believing that by doing so they sustain the possibility of the former. Perhaps because some believe that authority is all of a piece and that to challenge it anywhere is to threaten it everywhere. It was not the first such apology.
    In 1711 the governor of Massachusetts, acting on behalf of the general court of the province, set his hand to a reversal of attainder that offered restitution for this miscarriage of justice. In particular, he granted one hundred and fifty pounds of damages to John and Elizabeth Proctor. Elizabeth had survived, by the child she carried. Her husband was not so lucky; he was executed on August 19, 1692. His accusers were young girls, barely on the verge of puberty.

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    • Book Name: The Crucible
    • Author: Arthur Miller
    • Language: English
    • Status: Available
    • Number of Pages: 113 Pages
    • Download Format: EPUB

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