THE CRUCIBLE: TRUTH IN FICTION

Which choice below explains why Arthur Miller wrote The Crucible? He wanted to expose the inhumanity and injustices of the McCarthy era.
Arthur Miller stuck close to the facts, but departed from the actual events of the Salem witch trials because _____. he wanted to engage an audience
Reverend Hale began to doubt people when _____. people with good reputations were accused
How is The Crucible unlike the Salem witch trials? The Crucible is a dramatization rather than a factual account.
What body of government ruled Salem at the time of the trials? a theocracy ruled by the Puritan church
Reverend Hale changed when _____. he realized Elizabeth Proctor and others were innocent
What were Reverend Parris’s motivations for accusing others in his community of witchcraft? all of the above

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