Society's Controversy In The Crucible By Arthur Miller

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Miller received a large amount of scrutiny for writing "The Crucible". At the time of its establishment, "The Crucible" was highly controversial. The Crucible 's controversy largely had to do with not only the plot itself, but also the underlying message. Unfortunately, satire closely related to society 's flaws were not popular at the time. Due to extreme scrutiny, Miller considered quitting writing
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