The Crucible Lies Analysis

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The girls in Arthur Miller’s The Crucible lied about the elders in Salem resulting in the excommunicating and deaths of several of the townspeople. Teenaged girls still lie about adults and adults’ lives are still ruined by the lies. Universally, one of teenagers favorite targets to lie about is teachers and coaches. They lie about grades, about bullying teachers, about homework, and about the abuse from coaches and all the lies end up costing the teacher, not the teens. The girls in Arthur Miller’s The Crucible lied about the elders in Salem resulting in the excommunicating and deaths of several of the townspeople. The lies they told the community affected the community and who they told the lie about instead of affecting the girls. The…show more content…
Ordinarily, teenagers lie everyday and the lies affect the adults they lie too or even other teenagers they lie to. Teenagers lie about the teachers, saying that the teachers attacked them. Teenagers will lie so they can extract the teachers, they do not like fired. Teenagers lie about their parents other lovers so that they will extort in a fight and break up. They procreate up lies that the stepparent is beating them with a weapon or the siblings. The lies affect the happiness of the parents for the sake of they cannot be with the person they love. The lies do not affect the person telling the lie. When they lie, they do not know how the other person feels about the situation. The crucible can still happen today, thanks to teenage girls that still lie almost everyday of the year. Moreover, lies can still cause serious trouble for a few people and it can also cause death of a few people as well. Teenagers lie about their coaches, teachers, parents, and even lie about their siblings. Lying happens everyday and it is almost as crummy as it was when The Crucible took place. Lies will not always kill you, but it can extort you kindled from a job you love or it can calumniate a person you
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