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Crucible Themes and Music Connection
Transcript of Crucible Themes and Music Connection
Proctor- Mary !
Mary Warren- You're the devils man
Parris- Praise God !
Girls- Praise God !
Proctor- Mary how?
Mary Warren- I'll not hang with you! I love God ! I love God!
Danforth- He bid you do the devils work?
Mary Warren- He come at me by night and every day to sign, to sign, to
Danforth- Sign what ?
Parris- The devils book? He came with the book?
Mary Warren- My name, he want my name, "I'll murder you," he says "if my wife hangs! We must got and overthrow the courts," he says. John Proctor is confessing to lechery, but he is also saying that Abigail wants Elizabeth dead so they can be together. "She thinks to dance on my wife's grave ! And well she might, for i thought of her softly. God help me. I lusted, and there is a promise in such sweat. But it is a whore's vengeance, and you must see it..." *In this quote Abigail is threatening all the girls not to tell that she lied ,about Elizabeth Proctor, so she wont get in trouble and Proctor will die. "And mark this. Let either of you breathe a word, or the edge of a word, about the other things, and i will come to you in the black of some terrible night and i will bring a pointy reckoning that will shudder you. And you know that I can do it; I saw Indians smash my dear parents' heads on the pillow next to mine and i have seen some reddish work done at night, and i can make you wish you had never seen the sun go down." Proctor- I'd have you see some honesty in it. Let them that never lied die now to keep their souls. It is pretense for me, a vanity that will not blind God nor keep my children out of the wind. What say you?
Elizabeth- John, it come to naught that I should forgive you, if you'll not forgive yourself. It is not my soul, John, it is yours. Only be sure of this, for I know it now: Whatever you will do, it is a good man does it. I have read my heart this three month, John.I have sins of my own to count. It needs a cold wife to prompt lechery. Quote #1 Revenge is one of the main aspects of the crucible. Abigail Williams is certain that she will have revenge on Elizabeth Proctor for getting John Proctors love back after he slept with Abigail. Abigail Williams falsely accusses Elizabeth of witch craft so she can have John all to her self. After being accussed and not confessing to the lie, Elizabeth Proctor is sent to jail and is threatened to be hung. Abigail got her revenge. Revenge ! This quote shows Hale having compassion for John because Hale knows the truth and he wants John to lie and confess so he wont be hung. Hale is very compassionate for John and the decision he made. Quote #2 This quote is also showing how compassionate Hale is toward the Proctors. He is stating that he doesn't believe Abigail and that both the Proctors are innocent of witch craft. Abigail is a big liar as Hale puts it. Quote #3 Quote #1 Quote #2 Quote #3 Song Taylor Swift- Revenge I never saw it coming, wouldn't have suspected it I underestimated just who I was dealing with She had to know the pain was beating on me like a drum This song relates to Elizabeth Proctor in the Crucible. It explains what she must have been thinking when she found out that her young innocent maid had slept with her husband. It shows that Goody Proctor never would have expected this sort of thing from a kind young lady like Abigail. The last line of the lyrics explain that it was really upsetting for Elizabeth to find out what had been going on, but it had no harsh effect on Abigail and she didn't care how bad Elizabeth was hurting. Theme 1 Theme 2 Compassion And Forgiveness Although John Proctor committed lechery and failed to tell his wife about it for a few months, she forgave him and still loved him and the relationship they had together. And during the trails the town people who actually had a little common sense had compassion for those who were falsely accused and then hung. Which makes compassion and forgiveness a BIG theme of the crucible. This shows that Elizabeth has finally forgiven John for what he has done, but she is telling him he needs to forgive himself before he can live with the decision he made. Then Goody Proctor starts to blame herself for the reason John slept with Abigail. Song ! It'll clear the bitterness away
It can even set a prisoner free
There is no end to what it's power can do
So, let it go and be amazed
By what you see through eyes of grace
The prisoner that it really frees is you Matthew West- Forgiveness The lyrics to this song really describe John Proctor and what he needs to do to forgive himself for committing lechery. It says once he forgives himself he will be able to live his life a little bit easier since he will no longer hold a grudge for what he did and how it hurt his wife and family. If John Proctor would have known this then he could have set the prisoner free and could have lived to see the day his newest child was born. Carly Piccione Per. 4/6 Parris- Go to him, Goody Proctor! there is time yet! Go to him ! Proctor ! Proctor !
Hale- Women, plead with him! Women! It is pride, it is vanity. Be his helper! What profit him to bleed ? Shall the dust praise him? Shall the worms declare his truth? Go to him, take his shame away.
Elizabeth- He gave his goodness now. God forbid I take it from him !
Hale- Excellency, it is a natural lie to tell; I beg you, stop now before another is condemned! I may shut my conscience to it no more- private vengeance is working through this testimony! from the beginning this man has struck me true. By oath to Heaven, i believe him now, and I pray you call back his wife before we-
Danforth- She spoke nothing of lechery, and this man has lied!
Hale- I believe him ! (at Abigail) This girl has always struck me false !