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In the play The Crucible I think that this play was very interesting What caught my attention was that it was entertaining there was instruction and exalts Also at the end you kind of want to know what happens to Abigial when she leaves Salam What was entertaining about this play The Crucible Is that from the beginning that the girls were dancing in the woods and one of them being naked which was Abigail and her drinking blood form a dead chicken From seeing that at the beginning I was sort of interested about it and wanting to know more about it Also what was entertaining was Abigail trying to get with John Proctor and he always turns her down One more thing that I think was funny was Abigail and the girls that was accused of witchcraft and them pretending that they see things in court so that they can get away with things While watching the move and reading the book at the same time I noticed something I noticed that there was and instructs in the play and the move Justice was one of them and it was corrupt If you was wealthy you could pretty much get what ever you want because you had the money and which means you can control anything Like Parries he was one example that had a lot of money and him begin the reverend he pretty much got what he wanted Also there was a lot of gossip going around Salam and the people believed everything on what they heard With the gossip going around and people saying different things some of the people were killed because of it One last thing that I noticed was exalts meaning Inspiring The one guy that inspired me was Giles Corey he ended up getting stoned so that he can said his friends I would be proud if I had a friend that would
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