To What Extent Were The Salem Witch Trials In The Crucible

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Christopher Speckert English 9-10 A Mrs. Slagel 5 November 2015 Whose Fault Were the Salem Witch Trials? In Arthur Miller's famous book; “The Crucible” many people are fighting to prove their innocence to save their lives. If they admit to being a witch and practice witchcraft then they can live, but have to be known as a witch for the rest of their lives (Miller 1234). But if they refuse to confess being a witch then they will be killed (Miller 1272). Every person in Salem was a normal person, non of them were really witches even if they confessed, but not all people were innocent. In “The Crucible” one character makes a very bad reputation for herself by starting what was known as the Salem witch trials. Abigail Williams was a young girl
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