The Crucible

How is your reading of The Crucible going so far? What do you think of the play? Is it compelling, boring, horrifying, or mildly interesting? Please tell us your feelings about the clarity of the writing, the messages you’re picking up on so far, the characters, the era, or anything else about the on which you want to comment For each of your answers, smoothly integrate a direct quotation from the text into a sentence of your own and correctly cite it. If you’re using a Kindle or other device that doesn’t list page numbers, look up the correct way to cite this on Purdue Owl. Provide a brief example from The Crucible for each of the following literary devices and briefly explain why you chose it. Where in the book do you find the following, and how are your choices strong examples of the following? Refer to last week’s PowerPoint and Zoom meeting recording for help. Within the plot, a key moment of crisis A foil to the character of (Goody) Elizabeth Proctor Situational irony Within the plot, a key moment of crisis A foil to the character of (Goody) Elizabeth Proctor Situational irony

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