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one of the most remarkable aspects of the crucible is milers creationof believable dialogue for his 17th century puritansalthough partly based on what he found in salem records most of it isit is convincingly old-fashioned without it being hard to understandthe language carries echos of the king james bible but word by wordapart from a few achatic terms - such as harlot and poppet - themiller achieves his effects by linking words in an unusual way usingdouble negatives chnging verb tenses and other devices of the samepg 9 he cannot discover no medicine for it in his bookspg 10 i know you have not opened with mepg 59 seeing i do live so closely with you they dismissed itpg 95 i am thirty three time in court in my lifepg 114 you wonder yet if rebellions spoke with this shared language miller varies the way his characters speak tosuit their background and personalityministers and judges naturally use more elaborate phrases than thegiles is blunt and coarse pg 96 - a fart on thomas putnam that isjohn protor usues some of the most poetic lines whether he isdescribing his delight in the massachusetts countryside pg 51 orcrying out in despair at the end of act 3 pg 119there is an element of comedy in the language between protor and mary inthe scene where he told her to go to bed and she said she would not havehim order her around but when he gave her a choice she decided to go tothis particular comic scene heightens the horrors of the situation asinfluential people like proctor are at the mercy of silly girls accusingmost characters use similie and metaphorpg 20 there be no blush about my namepg 102 a very augur bit will now be turned into your souls until yourpg 10 my daughter and my niece i discovered dancing like heathen inpg 29 i know how
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