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The Crucible The Crucible written by Arthur Miller is a story that explains a down side to human nature This shows how human nature can be cruel to its own kind In such a way that killing of its own species begins to take place The Crucible takes place in a little town called Salem where not too much happens besides a few disagreements between neighbors The horrible unexpected events that take place show how the people of Salem can actually blame their own follow neighbors and friends of witchery to watch them hang Others accuse out of nothing but spite In this story mankind takes on a different kind of role one in which is not explainable In this story Abigail Williams is the niece of a man named Reverend Parris who is Salems minister Abigail has already committed adultery with a man named John Proctor At the beginning of the story Abigail drinks chicken blood to create a charm to kill John Proctors wife Elizabeth This shows how cruel mankind is to its on species over worthless matters Killing another human being over love is meaningless and this is just one of the very many examples that take place in this story representing the horrible cruelness that humans do bestow Also in the Crucible as another example a man by the name of Thomas Putnam bestows his very cruel side over wanting more land Thomas has his own daughter accuse all of his fellow neighbors of witchery just to receive their land Selfishness is yet another one of humans worthless immortalities So instead of buying or just inheriting his own land himself he would have innocent people killed to benefit from their life Thomas Putnam would have people hung for his own good and would not care at all if the people accused were guilty Others in this story would know the truth yet still would go on in this
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