We have our grand finale and last day of commas. We will read to the end of Act III and then discuss the symbolism of the crucible (look this up on line). For each character we will generate a list of first the crucible that they must face in the play and then what part of their character is revealed. For example: Abigail must face the following Crucible: getting caught for transgressions against the church and her unrequited love for John Proctor. She dances, conjures spirits to kill Goody Proctor and then accuses her of murder, drinks chicken's blood, has an affair with John Proctor and accuses others of witchcraft. The character that is revealed is that she is jealous, vindictive, violent, selfish, deceitful, vengeful, and angry. Do this for John Proctor, Elizabeth Proctor, Giles Corey, Mary Warren, Francis Nurse, Thomas Putnam, Reverend Hale, Reverend Danforth and Parris. We will go over these on Monday.
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Ms. Collison - English Language Arts Teacher Caroline Alberta.