Superstition In The Crucible

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Superstition is a belief, custom, or act based on a collection of beliefs. Superstitions are not based upon facts. They are also based upon random situations rather than to be proven on given evidence. Fear can hinder you from living life to the fullest because you are afraid. The Power of the mind can cause you to accuse regular occurrences on superstition and or fear. Throughout The Crucible superstition and fear is continuously displayed. Parris says “Now then, in the midst of such disruption, my own household is discovered to be the very center of some absence practices. Abominations are done in the forest (Miller 833).” Parris describes acts in the forest as an “Abomination”. An abomination is something that is greatly disliked or hated.

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