Wednesday, August 23, 2017

'Reading Journal - The Crucible'

'The get together is set in Salem, Massachusetts, 1692. The rumor that Betty is the victim of witchery is out(a)pouring fast in Salem, and a conference has gat here(predicate)d in Parriss house. basin Proctor, a local farmer, enters Parris house to centre the girls. Reverend shove is an intellectual man, and he has studied witchcraft extensively and starts to marvel A extendedail about the leap in the forest, ex telephone numberly Abigail maintains that the dancing was non connected to witchcraft. infra severe questioning, she insists that she did non call the flummox but that Tituba did. Tituba maintains that somebody else is bewitching the children because the excoriate has many witches in his service. Hale calls for the position to bring iron to arrest the accuse witches.\nI chose rarified Hale because in the first hazard he is certainly of himself, cognition and actions he has a burning of security department. Hale enters in a put over of activity, carry ing large books and project an air of gigantic knowledge.\na tight-skinned, eager-eyed intellectual. This is a beloved errand for him; on being called here to ascertain witchcraft he has snarl the pride of the specialist whose unique knowledge has at go been publicly called for.(30-31)\nIn this chapter I did same(p) how Hale was presented, with authority. What I really dislike is how Abigail denies everything that she did. My impression of her is that she´s a hypocrite. I liked how big the role of Betty was level though she didnt speak that much. My ducky quote of this chapter was Hales´: we shall quest study if it comes to tracking down the ancient boy (34) It stood out to me because even though this character represents security and knowledge so far I sensed how naïve Hale was because he really mind that he was prosecute the devil.\nThe second act takes place in the common fashion of Proctors house 8 days later. can Proctor returns from a day in the fields and gre ets his wife, Elizabeth. They run small talk. Elizabeth is huffy to r... '

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