How Is Marji Portrayed In The Crucible

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Marji ends back up in the arms of God at the end of the chapter because she realizes how cruel the world is and she needs someone to protect her from its harshness. Towards the beginning of the chapter, Marji learns that a man named Ahmadi was whipped and burned with an iron while being held captive in a prison camp. The reader can infer that Marji is frightened and shocked by this story that she has been given because her mouth is drawn in a way that makes her appear to be shocked. Her feeling of shock is exemplified on page fifty-one in frame three. Marji is depicted as being scared and in shock when she states, “I never imagined that you could use that appliance for torture” (Satrapi 51). Both of these instances show that Marji is dismayed
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