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Crucible and McCarthyism Writing Prompts Please respond on your own paper in 1-2 paragraphs for each prompt. 1. Choose a character from the following list: John Proctor Tituba Elizabeth Proctor Reverend Parris Abigail Williams Mary Warren Reverend Hale Giles Corey

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Crucible and McCarthyism Writing PromptsPlease respond on your own paper in 1-2 paragraphs for each prompt.

1. Choose a character from the following list:

John Proctor Tituba

Elizabeth Proctor Reverend Parris

Abigail Williams Mary Warren

Reverend Hale Giles Corey

Using your chosen character, explain how one significant choice he or she made in

The Crucible drives the plot/conflict and what affect that choice had on at least one

other person in the story (i.e.: how it helped or hurt someone else’s cause). Be sure

to include examples from the film.

2. The Crucible was first produced in 1953 when Senator McCarthy instigated a

series of investigations to “root out” suspected Communists nationwide everywhere

from the State Department to Hollywood to the U.S. Army. In his attempts to bring

down these so-called Communists, his accusations were often based on flimsy

evidence and hearsay. Using examples from the play/film, how is The Crucible a

criticism of McCarthy’s tactics?

Please respond thoroughly to all parts of each prompt. DUE Friday, 2/22/13


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