Thesis the crucible

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You have a great start with this idea because both the play and novel have characters who abuse their authority; certainly O’Brien in 1984 and Thomas Putnam in The Crucible.  O’Brien abuses the trust and authority he has over Winston when he brings him into the Inner Party and gives him Goldstein’s book, thereby trapping him and setting him up to be caught by the Thought Police.  Thomas Putnam is one of the characters in The Crucible who abuses his power; remember that his name is, historically speaking, on the death warrants of many of those who were accused.  He gained much land and therefore power when these people were put to death.

Thesis the crucible

thesis the crucible


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