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Why I Wrote The Crucible by Arthur Miller

Read Arthur Miller's 1996 reflections on why he wrote the play The Crucible. In this essay, written while he worked on the film adaptation, he discusses McCarthyism as well as the process of writing and staging the play. courtesy of
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Read Arthur Miller's 1996 reflections on why he wrote the play The Crucible. In this essay, written while he worked on the film adaptation, he discusses McCarthyism as well as the process of writing and staging the play.

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