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Do you now what characters or themes may come up in OMAM OR the crucible? or what characters have come up in the past?
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for omam, a lot of people said curley but some people have said carlson and euthanasia, i doubt it would be on carlson and omam doesn't really deal with euthanasia....but revise all the characters just in case, it's risky
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for omam, a lot of people said curley but some people have said carlson and euthanasia, i doubt it would be on carlson and omam doesn't really deal with euthanasia....but revise all the characters just in case, it's risky
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thank you!! an good luck for tomorrow
thank you good luck to you too
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What about the crucible?
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Our teacher had us do rather detailed notes on Danforth, Hathorne and Martha Corey - they haven't come up yet.
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Our teacher had us do rather detailed notes on Danforth, Hathorne and Martha Corey - they haven't come up yet.
Would you mind sending these to me?


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Sorry I don't have time to give you more substantial information but here's the low-down.

Danforth: Not impartial - judges should be. He represents McCarthy in the 1950s trials (one of the themes of the book). He talks about witchcraft being an 'ipso facto' crime on page 90 (that's in my edition, should be roughly there).

Hathorne certainly gives the impression of being very religious but is also very judgemental in the court. He often buts in when things are looking up for the 'good guys' e.g. he's the one who initiates the scene where Mary Warren is unable to faint.

Martha isn't mentioned much but she's the one to whom Hathorne says, "How do you know then, that you are not a witch". Francis says of her, "there cannot be a woman closer to God than Martha Corey".

Hope this helps a bit - see if you can find a few good quotations about them all.
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