Comparative Commentaries to Go: Lies and Lynching, Then and Now

IB English A: Language & Literature: Comparative Commentaries to Go: Lies and Lynching, Then and Now

This comparative commentary to go puts together a contemporary newspaper story from India with an extract from Arthur Miller"s widely studied play, The Crucible. Both texts concern issues such as lies, rumours, and the brutality of a mob mentality. It is sometimes suggested that canonical texts become so, in part, because they stand the test of time, revealing something apparently universal about the human condition....


To access the entire contents of this site, you need to log in or subscribe to it..

Click the free stuff button on the home page to access free pages or check the blog (which is also free).

All materials on this website are for the exclusive use of teachers and students at subscribing schools for the period of their subscription. Any unauthorised copying or posting of materials on other websites is an infringement of our copyright and could result in your account being blocked and legal action being taken against you.