What do the witch trials represent in terms of the religion? How did the inability of the court to make correct judgments influence the characters of the story? What social group remained the most unprotected one back in the America’s 1950’s?
In what way the court is incapable to be objective? What is the major factor influencing the decisions of the court? How are the church and the court equal?
Why is John Proctor the embodiment of the sexual repression in Arthur Miller’s “The Crucible”? Why are the sexual relations negated by the society? In what way the suppression of the sexuality result in the tragic end of the novel?
How is religious equal to law in Arthur Miller’s “The Crucible”? How does the religious doctrine build up the society presented by Arthur Miller?
What was the life of America like during the 1950s? Is religiousness of the society of the novel real of just a social game? How does the execution of a man go against the religion?
What are the moral values of the characters of “The Crucible” What does the witch hunt represent? Is death a correct punishment for a “witch”?
How is religion used as a mask in Arthur Miller’s “The Crucible”? Why do the society in Arthur Miller’s “The Crucible” suppress the physical and material desires ? How can be the society of “The Crucible” described in terms of honesty and nobleness?