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The original CliffsNotes study guides offer a look into critical elements and ideas within classic works of literature. The latest generation of titles in this series also feature glossaries and visual elements that complement the classic, familiar format.
"CliffsNotes on The Crucible" takes you into Arthur Miller's play about good and evil, self-identity and morality.
Following the atmosphere and action of the Salem witch trials of the 1600s, this study guide looks into Puritan culture with critical commentaries about each act and scene. Other features that help you figure out this important work includeLife and background of the authorIntroduction to the playCharacter web and in-depth analyses of the major rolesSummaries and glossaries related to each actEssays that explore the author's narrative technique and the play's historical settingA review section that tests your knowledge and suggests essay topics and practice projectsA Resource Center for checking out details on books, publications, and Internet resources
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Title: Crucible: Cliffs Notes
Edition: New ed
Publisher: United States, John Wiley & Sons Inc: 22/May/2000
ISBN Number: 0764585886
ISBN Number 13: 9780764585883
Weight: 1.00 Item
Seller ID: 12705
Description: illustrations 80 Explore Arthur Miller's superior play about good and evil, self-identity and morality by looking into CliffsNotes on The Crucible. Boost your insight (and impress your teachers as a result!) by using this study guide to gain understanding about the play's central story, set during the Salem witch hunts in the 1600s. You'll also discover parallels to contemporary witch hunts -- such as the McCarthy investigations of the 1950s -- and the paranoia and fear that accompany them. And that's not all! CliffsNotes on The Crucible provides critical commentaries, a list of characters, and background information about Arthur Miller and his prolific writing career. (ISBN: 9780764585883 - When referring to this item please quote our stock ID: 12705)