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    The Judges of Salem are not responsible with seeking the truth and justice. They maintain authority and their reputations. Causing this leads them to consistently rejecting the truth against all logic and the evidence of their senses. John Proctor couldn’t forgive himself from committing adultery and also sinning. In the town of Salem, John Proctor and Abigail Williams both uses the sin Lust. Abigail is in love with John Proctor although it’s Lechery. Abigail does everything she can after the affair to get John back which includes a repetitive lying pattern, even when he accepts it’s over. “John-I am waitin’ for you every night.” (Miller 469) Abigail still remains to have feelings for John. He doesn't want Abigail no matter what she tries…

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    The more we are filled with thoughts of lust the less we find true romantic love. In the crucible, Arthur Miller portrays lust between Abigail Williams and John Proctor. Abigail is still lusting over John and is trying to end his marriage with Elizabeth Proctor because she knows that John never loved her. In Salem the spring year of 1692, there are accusations of witchcraft of loved ones which would lead to confessions and deaths. Before this Abigail was working at the Proctors' home but was…

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    In Act I, it is revealed that Abigail Williams and John Proctor had an affair. Elizabeth Proctor learned this and kicked Abigail out. Later, they hire Abigail’s friend Mary Warren. Parris found his niece, daughter, and a few of their friends dancing in the woods. They were making a charm to try to kill Elizabeth. Throughout the whole play, we figure out that Abigail and the other girls were lying throughout the whole play. It seems like their main goal was to get Goody Proctor (Elizabeth)…

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    and writers alike. William Wordsworth and John Keats were two such individuals. Each poet believed that poetry must be written, not only to entertain, but to enlighten and enhance the reader’s mind. William Wordsworth’s Preface to Lyrical Ballads and John Keats To John Taylor show an evolution in the role of the poet. An analysis of each of these poets’ beliefs and ideals, style, and purpose for writing can be used to better…

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    The Crucible Essay The Crucible is a play written in 1953 by Arthur Miller. It’s fiction story is about the Salem witch trials that took place in the Massachusetts Bay Colony during 1692-93. Abigail Williams, the antagonist, falls in love with a married man, John Proctor. The love triangle between John Proctor’s wife, himself, and Abigail stirs up drama throughout the play. John Proctor realizes he has put his wife in danger, and chooses between his life or hers. Throughout the play, The…

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    In 1635, John Winthrop expelled Roger Williams from Massachusetts. John Winthrop was scared of Williams’ ideas on divorce, church and state, and slavery. Williams was very ahead of his time because his ideas are the bias for how society thinks about issues today. He even had his personal ideas used in the Constitution. After his exile, Williams got caught lost in a forest during one of the greatest winter storms ever recorded. He stumbled upon foreign lands that would soon become Rhode Island…

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    Crucible, John Proctor and Abigail Williams have an affair and this creates a lot of problems and ends up in a tragic result in the play. In this story, John Proctor decides to break up his affair with Abigail Williams, and she leads the other girls in the practicing of witchcraft to demand the death of Elizabeth. When people find out about the witchcraft, the girls have to go to trial and accusations begin to start. Elizabeth is a suspect of witchcraft and John’s attempt to defend Elizabeth…

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    On February 8, 1932 John Williams, a very talented composer, conductor, and pianist was born. Williams inherited his music abilities from his dad, a percussionist, and conductor, and his brother, who was also a studio percussionist. In 1952 Williams was handed an amazing opportunity, to arrange music for The U.S. Air Force Band. He took the job until 1955 when he decided to move to New York to attend Juilliard and study piano. Little did he know this was just the start of his musical career.…

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    have crafted their art by gaining inspiration from their music. Not many composers in this decade will have their musical accomplishments published in a textbook. However, there is one particular composer, conductor, and musician named John Williams, who has created many of film scores which he was nominated for over forty plus academy awards. John William’s music is considered to be iconic, relatable to a vast majority of different audiences, and has contributed to pop culture through the…

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    It was very sad to read and learn about the history of the death of Williams. First I want to describe who Williams was. His name complete was John T. Williams, and he was 50-year-old when he died. Also, he was a seventh-generation carver Nitinaht of the Nuu-chah-nulth tribe, and he was shot four times by a police officer in Seattle on August 30, 2010. Williams was walking in the streets of Seattle, and was carrying a piece of wood and a knife. He carried these tools because he was a…

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