1. In Act IV of The Crucible, what details of setting, plot, and dialogue does Arthur Miller present realistically? Cite relevant textual evidence to support your response.
2. Explain how Miller’s use of realistic elements in The Crucible affect your understanding and
appreciation of the drama and of the 1950s “Red Scare” in the United States.
3. Reread Rebecca’s line at the bottom of page 145 in Act IV. What does she mean when she says, “Let you fear nothing. Another judgment awaits us all!”?
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