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Tone (in the Crucible)

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Gracie Hullings

on 17 October 2016

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Transcript of Tone (in the Crucible)

Tone (In the Crucible)
Definition of Tone
Tone is what the author wishes their reader to feel while reading their book.
Arthur Miller creates a political tone in his play
The Crucible.
There is also a serious tone that the reader feels.
"In his writing and his role in public life, Miller articulates his profound political and moral convictions" (Racheal Galvin, www.neh.gov).
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