Theme Of Fear In The Crucible

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The theme of Arthur Miller's film, The Crucible is fear; fear empowered the girls causing chaos in the community. The girls got caught in the woods are were fearful of the punishment. They were puritans and had to be modest and humble. There was no dancing or singing within the community. The girls would go into the woods and sing and dance; but most importantly to have fun. In the village they had to act civil and mature. They weren't allowed to run around like little children; the girls had to act like young mature women. Every single one of the girls lied just to protect themselves. They didn't want the other girls to turn against them and say they were a witch; so they just went along with it. Those girls stuck together like glue. They

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