Cover of: The Crucible | Arthur Miller

About the Book

Few serious American playwrights have captured the imagination of the theater public all over the world as has Arthur Miller with DEATH OF A SALESMAN and THE CRUCIBLE. Mr. Miller's plays are rooted in a realistically critical view of American life and propelled by the intense personal conviction of a man who cares what he writes about and writes about something that matters. In THE CRUCIBLE he turns for his setting to the grim days of the Salem witch trials, and brings into urgently brilliant focus on an issue that still weighs heavily the progress of American civilization--the problem of guilt by association.



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First Sentence

In Salem, Massachusetts, a dozen teen-age girls and a black slave woman are caught dancing in the woods around a bubbling cauldron.

The Physical Object

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Paperback

ID Numbers

Open Library
OL7820123M
Internet Archive
crucibleplayin00mill
ISBN 10
0553206575
ISBN 13
9780553206579
Library Thing
22988
Goodreads
946585

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