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    universal themes worth investigating theatrically. Bibliography Ellis-Fermor, Una, trans. Ibsen: Hedda Gabler and Other Plays Penguin: London, 1983 Fjelde, Rolf, ed. Ibsen: A Collection of Critical Essays Prentice-Hall International Inc: New Jersey Mayerson, Caroline W. “Thematic Symbols in Hedda Gabler” 131-138 Lucas, F.L. The Drama Of Ibsen & Strindberg Cassell: London, 1962 McFarlane, James and Jens Arup trans. Henrik Ibsen: Four Major Plays Oxford University Press: Oxford, 1965 McFarlane, James ed. The Cambridge Companion to Ibsen Finney, Gail. “Ibsen and feminism” 89-105 Garton, Janet. “The middle plays” 106-125 Meyer, Michael, trans. Strindberg: Plays One Methuen: London, 1982 Northam, John. Ibsen: A Critical Study Cambridge University Press: London, 1973 Reinert, Otto. Strindberg: A Collection Of Critical Essays Prentice-Hall International, Inc: London, 1971 Williams, Raymond. “Private Tragedy: Strindberg,” 48-56 Lamm, Martin. “Miss Julie,” 105-116 Johnson, Walter. “Strindberg and the Danse Macabre,” 117-124 Robinson, Michael. Strindberg and Genre Norvik Press: Norwich, 1991 Törnqvist, Egil. “Strindberg and Subjective Drama,” 97-107 Kvam, Keva. “Strindberg as an Innovator of Dramatic and Theatrical Form,” 108-118 Thomas, David. Henrik Ibsen (Macmillan Modern Dramatists) Macmillan Press: London, 1983…

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    The play Look Back in Anger written by John Osborne, invites its readers to think about the changes of the postwar ages. It mirrors the British mood in those days by hate and dislike among its characters. As a realistic play it can be perceived as disagreeable and also associated to protest. Changes of stance, different points of view and a mixture of senses and reactions make up the plot. There is a kind of war of hurting words between people, provoked by differences in social class, painful…

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    The play Look Back in Anger written by John Osborne, invites its readers to think about the changes of the postwar ages. It mirrors the British mood in those days by hate and dislike among its characters. As a realistic play, it can be perceived as disagreeable and also associated to protest. Changes of stance, different points of view and a mixture of senses and reactions make up the plot. There is a kind of war of hurting words between people, provoked by differences in social class,…

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    Whoever weeps for these, weeps for corruption. Whoever weeps for the person that is being hang means that we're involved into the witchcraft too. Abigail Williams, one of the girls is a victim of seeing the devil. In Act 3 In The Crucible by Arthur Miller, The girls, Abigail, Mary Warren, and John Proctor were in court. Before they went to court John Proctor's wife Elizabeth had been taken because Abigail had accused her of the spirt of Elizabeth stabbed Abigail with a needle froms…

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    Also, many false accusation have been given to innocent people, so many people left very angry. Many writers displayed their views through their heroes, as in Arthur Miller’s The Crucible and John Osborne’s look back in anger. The Crucible as title refers to the fiery events of witch craft trials, which has led to the purification of John Proctor . The Crucible is considered as historical fiction. It displays true story that has happened in Salem 1692. As many false accusation…

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    lead to the demise and suffering of many other characters. The actions of Abigail Williams are invoked due to the lust she feels to John Proctor. Her affair with him, and then his rejection of her, leads her to dancing in the woods with house servant Tituba and other protestant girls such as Betty Parris. Upon being discovered Betty faints and is in a coma like state, yet it is found that it was all just a hoax to not get into trouble. This is also a reason for Abigail to take to personal…

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    The Crucible Injustice

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    Glory, God, and Gold. Rohinton Mistry once said, “Money can buy the necessary police order. Justice is sold to the highest bidder.” Throughout history, humans have witnessed injustice due to social and political hierarchy and though they know the implications of injustice they have conformed to societal norms. Society in The Crucible by Arthur Miller shows how the sociopolitical structure affects the outcome of the Salem Witch Trials. The most noteable injustice in today’s society, the time…

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    At first they would accuse the poor and homeless, but then started accusing anyone they had issues with. The court believe the girls with out hesitation of there being any kind of lies. The people whom are accused, but don’t admit to witchcraft are sent to the gallows which is found out when Mary Warren says, “Goody Osburn-will hang!” (Miller 56). Hale visits the Proctors on a late night to question them. He mentions that Mrs. Proctor's name was mentioned by Abigail. John Proctor knows the truth…

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    The Crucible Allegory

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    is a play about a group of people that were accused of worshipping the devil and the accusations made by others. The Crucible is also known as the Salem Witch Trials. The Red Scare began in 1945 in which many Americans believed that spies had access to the American government. This lead to the fear of many Americans. A story that can explain the meaning to reveal a hidden meaning is known as an allegory. The Crucible is an allegory to the Red Scare. The similarities that they share are beliefs,…

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    or large. At the Boys and Girls club I was thought varies ways to overcome my anxiety, things like: hosting events (MC) and even talking in front of small audience. As of right now I am very proud to say I no longer have stage fright. I am proud to say that I host (MC) all the events that is going on at the Florence Degeorge Boys and Girl Club. There was a boy name John, who was very timid to the point he was afraid of interacting with the other kids around him. I took the…

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