The Crucible: Act III
1. Giles Cory comes to the court with a letter that accuses Putnam of making up accusations in
order to gain the accused land.
2. Hale still believes that the court can appeal to justice, but he is in doubt.
3. Danforths response to
J.F. Clark once said, The bravest of individuals is the one who obeys his or her
conscience. This translates to the idea that one must be brave to follow their
conscience, not letting anything interfere with their decision. This can be truly
Henry Louis H.L. Mencken was a German-American journalist, cultural critic and
scholar of American English, he is regarded as one of the most influential writers of the first half
of the twentieth century. He once stated, The average man does not want to
Knowledge of a boys IQ is of little help if you are faced with a formful of clever boys
Chapter three is titled, The Trouble with Geniuses, part one. A quote is given at the beginning
of every chapter to highlight the main theme and the one for t
I believe in the power of the heart (love). The heart itself is so complex in its
anatomy that it serves us life. The superior organ has its own physical function and thus
implementing our feelings towards one specific person.
The firing neurons that unde
Every existing creature on this planet will eventually die at a certain point in the future.
Its a naturally occurring stage that everyone goes through. We all view this process as a horrible
and morbid thing, not realizing how normal it is. Despite the p
In the United States today, there is no more certain investment than a college
education(Carnevale and Melton). Education has always been a major component of American
society. One can only go so far without an education, and the more education and knowle
THREE CASES ON EYE-WITNESS ID
From: Justia US Law http:/law.justia.com/
Stovall v. Denno - 388 U.S. 293 (1967)
MR JUSTICE BRENNAN delivered the opinion of the Court.
[SUMMARY OF THE QUESTIONS]
This federal habeas corpus proceeding attacks collater
1. Salem is desolate and depressed.
2. Rev. Hale returns and asks the accused to confess, even though it is a lie, in order to save
themselves from hanging. Hale has completely changed since the beginning of Act 1, and now
believes that God would w