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When several young girls in Salem, Massachusetts are caught dancing in the woods, they each claim they were possessed by spirits. Eventually, this small lie leads to mass hysteria and many of the townspeople become indicted for witch craft. After John Proctor (our protagonist) discovers his wife has been accused, he goes on a mission to set her free and disprove the lies spreading throughout the village.
However, Proctor meets his match in a cruel, iron-willed Judge Danforth, who “speaks God’s law” with resolution. Eventually Proctor himself becomes condemned for witch craft. At the end of the play, however, when Danforth gives Proctor the opportunity to spare his life, Proctor is empowered. He refuses to lie about his honor and hangs in a final act of redemption.
Arthur Miller wrote this play in response to the House of Un-American Activities established by Joseph McCarthy in the late 40s. The sole purpose of this house was to seek out Communists hiding in the fabric of American society. Miller saw a distinct parallel between the House of Un-American Activities and the Salem Witch trial, and used that parallel to express how hysteria can lead to irrational fear and violent injustice.
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