Ladies and Gentlemen--
Below are some theses with lots of potential. Please choose one and give the writer support--how might he/she further specify language or develop argument and clarify focus?
In The Crucible, Arthur Miller uses Abigail to illustrate how people commonly misunderstand motivations and tend to only see the negative in a situation. Miller demonstrates curiosity mainly by the girls and Abigail because of how they explore unconventional methods to use to their advantage, and how they are curious rather than afraid of the unknown. http://chattanoogabookarts.blogspot.com/2011/05/learn-about-book-sculpture.html
John Proctor, a farmer in the play The Crucible by Arthur Miller, is motivated to misplaced accusation and anger due to his internal conflicts regarding the fear he has of being punished for his own sins.
In The Crucible, Arthur Miller demonstrates conflict through accusing others of witchcraft.
Reverend Hale in Miller's The Crucible demonstrates how religion and fear of the unknown makes religious leaders have too much power which can lead to corruption.
In Arthur Miller's The Crucible, Abigail demonstrates danger by putting herself in the position that she could be removed from the community as well as being given lots of power.
In The Crucible, Arthur Miller uses Abigail and the girls to illustrate how easy it is to gain credibility in society. Miller demonstrates the issue of how humans choose to trust people.