The Crucible: Weakness, Courage, And Truth

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The Crucible had so many lessons and purposes throughout the play, but only three main things stood out: Weakness, Courage, and Truth. Which all had huge impacts in the play. Weakness is incorporated in the “The Crucible” many times throughout the whole play, but is strongly express in Act three, where Mary Warren’s weakness was overthrown by the truth. Mary’s weakness is Abigail, as in she is afraid of being against her in any such way. This had a huge impact on the play because her weakness ate her alive, causing her to lie along with all the other girls, giving John Proctor's life up to be hung. If Mary would have stuck true to herself in court rather than turn on John, the play could have ended better, and innocent people…show more content…
At the beginning of the play, John hale came to salem with his mind set on finding witchcraft and seeing if the devil took over Salem or not. Later on in the play, he finally realized what was really going on in Salem and the truth in both the court and people. An example of this would be the beginning of Act four, when John Hale quite the court due to the fact of him realizing all the lies and all the people who got hung for nothing. A few scenes after this, he comes back to Salem to try and save John from getting hung, to do this he tries to get him to confess of witchcraft to not only save his own life but to also save his wife's life. “The Crucible” was full of many lies and denial, but throughout the play there were patches of truth. “The Crucible” brought a lot of messages to the readers, some more obvlious than others. The main points of the play was Weakness, Courage, and Truth. Weakness that represents that we shouldn't let our weakness get in the way of telling the truth and how we feel. Courage as in being brave enough to face the truth in things. And then there is truth, which represents
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