The Crucible In the play “The Crucible” by Arthur Miller, there is a major trial (Salem Witch Trials) going on where several individuals are accused of witchcraft and conjuring with spirits. The play takes place in early America, 1692. At the end of the trial one of the main characters, John Proctor, makes a statement, “A man may think God sleeps, but God sees everything, I know it now.
in a formula ZnSO4XH2O from the data given above Solution Mass of a crystal=Mass of crucible& crystal-Mass of acrusible = 25.74gm-20.00gm =5.74gm The mass of ZnSO4XH2O =5.74gm Mass of residure=Mass of crucible& residure-Massof crusible =23.22gm-20.00gm – 20.00gm Mass of residure=3.22gm Consider the reaction below ZnSO4XH2O ZnSO4 + XH2O Let the molar mass of ZnSO4XH2O to be Y Y of ZnSO4XH2O = 161gmol-1 But the mass of ZnSO4 = 3.22 Now Y of
Logan Cornett English 11 A Ms. Long 18 January, 2013 The Crucible and McCarthyism In the play The Crucible, Arthur Miller tells a story about the Salem witch trials. He writes about a group of girls who get caught casting spells and dancing naked in the woods. The girls deny that they were seen doing such things and began to blame it on innocent people. This imaginary piece of writing may seem farfetched however it does have real life parallels to a dark time in American history. Although
“The Crucible” English 11/Dixon Due Date: ________________ The Crucible, a modern play by Arthur Miller, is based on the witch trials that took place in Salem, Massachusetts in 1692. The play is faithful to the historical period and to Puritan beliefs. While reading this play, you will use your historical knowledge of Puritan beliefs to interpret the characters’ motives and actions. During this unit of study, you will have the opportunity to dictate your learning and your academic outcome