Thursday, February 28, 2019

Look again at the end of the Crucible Essay

He tells the early(a)s who be to hang to stage no fear. Proctor Give them no tears Tears diversion them Show a stony heart and sink them with it The audience are aware that Abigail and proctor had an affair but when John tells Abigail that he does non wish to see her again she tries to get her own back by accusing Elizabeth Proctor of witchcraft. She does this as well as to try and get proctor on his own so then they pull up stakes trip the light fantastic on Elizabeths grave. Her plans back fires when John admits to the court that they had an affair. Proctor Mark her Now shell mess up a scream to stab me with, but-Danforth You will prove this This will not pass Proctor I demand known her. Proctor She thinks to dance with me on my wifes grave Through this part in the court Abigail shows that she has authority in the town by shouting at the head of the court to try and change his mind, he rep delusions by byword that he trust her over proctor. Abigail I have been hurt, M r Danforth I have seen my blood runnin out I have been near to murdered all(prenominal) day because Ive done my duty pointing out the devils people and this is my advantage To be suspicioned, Denied, Questioned like a- Danforth Child I do not mistrust you-. This causes tension, as you do not know what will happen to each Proctor or Abigail when the truth is found out. There is a conflict, which gets stronger as you go through the book. This conflict is between tweet and the court. When the court is do hale is for it and recons it is a good idea. The conflict starts when he is at the Proctors manse and he hears of Rebecca Nurses arrest. Hale Be guileve me Mr Nurse if Rebecca be tainted, then nothings left to stop the whole green world from burning. He then questions what the court is doing by searching for a poppet in the Proctors admit.He then sides with Proctor again as he asks Parris if every Defence is an attack upon the court? In the very end his tout ensemble agains t the court and is trying to save Proctors life. Hale I have bygone this three month like our lord into the wilderness. I have seek a Christian way, for damnations doubled on a minister who counsels men to lie. Hathorne It is no lie, you cannot speak of lies. Hale It is a lie They are innocent This causes tension as Hale is a indisputable figure and you dont know if he is for or against something and if he will be able to change proctors mind on confessing.Hale tries to prevent the hangings by telling the court what the town is like when so umpteen have died. Hale Excellency, there are orphans wandering from house to house abandoned cattle bellow on the highroads the stink of shitty crops hangs everywhere, and no man knows when the harlots cry will end his life- and you wonder heretofore if rebellions spoke? Better you should marvel how they do not burn your province There also many tense part that are not in the conflicts, such as the part when Abigail is with the other gir ls in the bedroom and threatens them that if they talk then they will die.Abigail Mark this if either of you breath a word, or edge of a word, about the other things, and Ill come to you in the in the black of some repelling night and I will bring a pointy reckoning that will shudder you. This is tense because you realise that she has the power to kill anyone including her own friends. withal when Hale is questioning Tituba you dont know how much she is termination to say about what happened in the wood. Hale who came to you with the devil? Two? trey? Four? How many? Tituba There was four. There was four. This causes tension because it is fast paced which adds a bit of excitement as well. Arthur miller uses the conflicts between different characters or a group of characters to cause dramatic tension extremely well, as he gives whole scenes to get to know the characters and then brings them together in the last scene. The reason why this helps cause dramatic tension is because a s we know the characters, we expect them to do something but they end up spillage against it, like in the court when we expect Elizabeth to tell the truth, she tells a lie to save her husband, but ends up getting him killed.I think that this also helps to make the finishing a lot more satisfactory, by ending many lives of characters we know and have heard express there feelings. He also resolves the main conflict between Elizabeth and Johns marriage, which was dramatised in act two, so every thing turned out well, and if John had stayed alive many more people would have probably died as a give of revenge, anger, the want of power and jealousy.It was good to be told what happened after the book finish because I was wondering what had happened to Abigail and if Elizabeth was hung after the baby had been born, which had kept her from being hung for a year, was born. Show preview only The above preview is unformatted text This school-age child written piece of work is one of many t hat can be found in our GCSE Arthur Miller section.

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