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Christopher Bigsby is professor of American studies at the University of East Anglia, in Norwich, England.
Table of Contents
|Editor's Note||p. vii|
|The Crucible||p. 3|
|Precision and Pseudo Precision in the Crucible||p. 19|
|The Long Shadow of the Law: the Crucible||p. 33|
|Arthur Miller's the Crucible: Background and Sources||p. 55|
|John Proctor's Playing in the Crucible||p. 69|
|The Crucible of History: Arthur Miller's John Proctor||p. 77|
|History, Myth, and Name Magic in Arthur Miller's the Crucible||p. 83|
|History and Other Spectres in Arthur Miller's the Crucible||p. 95|
|The Crucible||p. 113|
|Betrayal and Blessedness: Explorations of Feminine Power in the Crucible, a View from the Bridge, and After the Fall||p. 123|
|John Proctor and the Crucible of Individuation in Arthur Miller's the Crucible||p. 153|
|Re(dis)covering the Witches in Arthur Miller's the Crucible: a Feminist Reading||p. 165|
|Arthur Miller's ""Weight of Truth"" in the Crucible||p. 177|
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