The Crucible is a great play about the Salem Witch trials which history has never forgotten. What is a crucible? The dictionary has defined it as a severely difficult test or experience, and indeed the play does have a difficult test in the plot of its story. The author, Arthur Miller chose a great name for his play. It is mainly called The Crucible for one reason which comes to the conclusion at the end
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her husband to confess, but she states, “I cannot take away his goodness God will not allow me to do it.”
John Proctor’s faith in keeping his word, soul, and his name give the book, The Crucible its title. Arthur Miller chose the right title for the book because of its definition, which reflects to the plot of the story. So, a crucible is a difficult test which the whole story is based on.