A Major Theme of The Crucible
According to the Webster’s Dictionary, a crucible is “a vessel in which metal is heated to a high temperature and melted for the purposes of casting”. It can also be referred to a situation in which a person has to make a decision that can be critical to his morals and principles. There are many interpretations of the word crucible as there is for the theme of Arthur
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seen through John Proctor. Today in life, a person comes across a fork in the road where he’ll have to choose to go right or left. For example, in the situation of smoking, one has to choose whether to do the “good” thing or the “bad” thing. There is a constant battle occurring everyday in every situation. Everyone is put in crucible situations and everyone will make choices that can affect their lives forever.