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Symbols of the Crucible The Doll - What original started of as an innocent gift from a scared little girl turned into tangible evidence to put poor Mrs Goody Proctor away for good Mary Warren a feeble minded follower who almost has a heart manages to do something admirable by making Goody Proctor a nice doll Later in the novel Abigail Williams accuses Goody of witchcraft The deciding factor that convicts Goody is the doll Dolls have always been associated with evil witchcraft and voodoo Overall the doll usually something sweet and caring instead is represented by evil disguised by innocence or just play old fashion witchcraft The Crucible - A crucible can be defined as a few different things One of the two definitions it obtains in the play is an object that can with stand large amounts of heat while cooking or burning substances in it The other definition is that a crucible is a test or trial Both sides are significant in the play In the beginning of the story the girls are in the woods trying to conjure spirits around a crucible In the crucible there was water blood a frog and other unknown substances First off a crucible can always be related to witchcraft it resembles a cauldron It also sets up the whole basis of the play If the girls were caught in the woods with out the crucible the though of witchcraft wouldnt have even been developed the crucible symbolizes witchcraft With out the crucible there would have been no story Almost every character in the entire play has to go through or witness a crucible From the most well respected men in the town to the indigent slave women tests and trials were being held The duel meaning of crucible creates a difference One represents a test something that needs to be done to test purity or innocence The other one represents simply
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