Miller's Use Of Foreshadowing In The Crucible By Arthur Miller

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One last technique is the foreshadowing. It came in various forms among them Kate 's nightmare which puts Larry 's death right before the reader 's eyes, although Kate herself does not believe it (xix). The whole play is wrapped in a language that helps in framing all these techniques and displaying the shared feeling of anger. Miller 's dialogue is a modern realistic one that is far away from being colloquial though it is simple and realistic. It is a modestly rich language that is at the same time deeply rooted in the daily speech. In the play, the tone of speaking has always been charged with fury and anger. Miller never missed a chance to illustrate how these characters are angry to aid the reader to have contact with their
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