Arthur Miller"s play The Crucible offers particularly interesting opportunities as a Part 3 work. Miller based his play quite closely on historical documents from the Salem Witch Trials, which took place in the Massachusetts town of Salem in 1692. The use of historical documents in the creation of a dramatic work offers us the chance to compare different source material and examine its transformation into a piece...
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