Point Of View In The Crucible

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I will be telling the point of view from some main characters. Point of view is the way people see and understand things. In my fiction resource George acts carefree. He explores the ship, enjoying himself. He also has many adventures, including sliding down the great banister. However he also displays courage when he discovered what happened. He leads his friends to a ladder that would bring to the lifeboats. In my nonfiction resource, Elizabeth grows confused and worried. She feels a shudder run through the ship and starts to panic but then she started gaining confidence, doing what many others were doing “believing in the safety” of the ship. Soon ship officials came by to reassure others. They didn't tell anyone what was wrong, leaving people as confused as Elizabeth is.

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