(ساحره سوزان (جادوگران شهر سالم

(ساحره سوزان (جادوگران شهر سالم

Arthur Miller فریدون فاطمی / Aug 24, 2019

  • Title: (ساحره سوزان (جادوگران شهر سالم
  • Author: Arthur Miller فریدون فاطمی
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        Arthur Asher Miller was an American playwright and essayist He was a prominent figure in American literature and cinema for over 61 years, writing a wide variety of plays, including celebrated plays such as The Crucible, A View from the Bridge, All My Sons, and Death of a Salesman, which are still studied and performed worldwide Miller was often in the public eye, most famously for refusing to give evidence against others to the House Un American Activities Committee, being the recipient of the Pulitzer Prize for Drama among other awards, and for marrying Marilyn Monroe At the time of his death, Miller was considered one of the greatest American playwrights.


    1. I hate to rate this so low when it seems that the only people who do so are those forced to read it by a cruel teacher. I'm even more troubled by the fact that I haven't seen anyone else bring up what bothers me about this play.Yes, it's well written -- that is, the dialogue is expertly handled. There are truly beautiful passages, such as this one:I came into this village like a bridegroom to his beloved, bearing gifts of high religion; the very crowns of holy law I brought, and what I touched w [...]

    2. This is a magnificent play about what happens when hysteria takes over a society, and evil people gain access to the levers of power; something, alas, which happens all too frequently.The focus of the story is John Proctor's struggle to redeem himself from the horrible guilt he has suffered since committing adultery with Abigail. This is indeed very moving. But, for some reason, the part I think of most often is a detail concerning one of the minor characters, Giles Corey, who dies offstage half [...]

    3. JOHN PROCTOR: What what are we doing here? Where are we?ELIZABETH PROCTOR: We're in a review, John. JOHN PROCTOR: A review?JOHN HALE: Yes, a review. Newt Gingrich has been encouraging people to read The Crucible. We've agreed to help himMUEL PARRIS: It's our duty, John. We're in the middle of the second worst witch hunt in American history. JOHN PROCTOR: The second worst?SAMUEL PARRIS: Yes, the second worst. After what's going to happen to Donald Trump in 2017. But at least our case is remotely [...]

    4. Recently, a group of students allegedly shouted anti-India slogans at the Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) in Delhi, and the political and religious conservatives in India went virtually mad. Soon, any criticism of India was seen as unpatriotic and traitorous. The JNU, a leftist stronghold and a thorn in the flesh of the Hindu Right-Wing government at the centre, was termed a positive hotbed of crime and vice and a recruiting ground for terrorists. Many a Muslim, unless he wore his love of Indi [...]

    5. Book ReviewI may be a little unpopular with my 3 of 5 stars rating for The Crucible, a play by Arthur Miller, but in my world, a 3 means it's your generally good book/play/movie with some great things, some bad things, and an overall "yeah, you should probably read it."The topic: Salem Witch Trials, one of my absolute favorite time periods in American history to research. Miller is brilliant, I acknowledge it. He bring suspense, timing and charisma in everything he does. But when this is about a [...]

    6. Estoy sin palabras Realmente estremece ver hasta dónde es capaz de llegar la gente por estupidez, envidia y lujuria. Pero lo que más me ha gustado ha sido la fuerza moral de Proctor; impresionante.

    7. "I’ll tell you what’s walking Salem—-vengeance is walking Salem. We are what we always were in Salem, but now the little crazy children are jangling the keys of the kingdom, and common vengeance writes the law!"Such is the power of those noticeable quotes in Arthur Miller's play The Crucible; the power to cause the audience to question the issues arising when vengeance is allowed to write common law. Arthur Miller's play was created to be challenging for this very purpose.This was written [...]

    8. The Crucible: a play in four acts, Arthur Miller عنوانها: جادوگران شهر سالم؛ ساحره سوزان؛ چشم‌ اندازی از پل و گذر از آزمون؛ آزمون آنشین؛ بوته ی آزمایش؛ نویسنده: آرتور میلر؛ تاریخ نخستین خوانش» پنجم اکتبر سال 1972 میلادیعنوان: جادوگران شهر سالم - نمایشنامه در چهار پرده؛ نویسنده: آرتور میلر؛ مترجم: مج [...]

    9. " - the Devil is alive in Salem, and we dare not quail to follow wherever the accusing finger points!"Though Miller claims to have had an abiding interest in the Salem Witch Trials, we all know this play was written as a gigantic Screw You! to Senator Joseph McCarthy and his investigations into alleged Un-American activities. The amazing thing is how well the play works on its own. Even if you know nothing of McCarthyism, you will still be moved by the plight of a small Massachusetts village wra [...]

    10. A fascinating exploration of the consequences of unquestioned power, though an awful portrayal of women. I appreciated Arthur Miller bringing attention to the Salem Witch Trials and anti-communist hysteria. I hated how he treated Abigail and the other female characters in this story as crazy and antagonizing. Yes, Abigail's actions posed major problems - but Miller portrays John Proctor, the man who has illicit sex with her, as a martyr. Miller grants the men in this play complexity and autonomy [...]

    11. So are you a witch? Find out today with a quiz from The Crucible!Are you a midwife?Has anyone ever gotten sick around you? Do you like to take long walks in the forest? Are you a young woman? Do you have dolls in your home?If you answered yes to any of these questions than you are in fact a witch! Even if you didn't answer yes, you will still be burned at the stake!And that is the story of the crucible. Just kidding, it is about witch hunts but it's really intense and it has an interesting story [...]

    12. It was one of those rare books that are forced upon you and then when you read it, you fall. Hard. While Miller might have written it with the McCarthy Era in mind, it applies very well to the current era of singling out a group of people and labeling them as 'evil'. I reread it a few months back and it still gave me the chills. Proof of what the power of fear has. I'd recommend this to anyone and everyone, though if you're not one for symbolism and parallels, this might not work as well. ;)

    13. “We are what we always were in Salem, but now the little crazy children are jangling the keys of the kingdom, and common vengeance writes the law!”There is a remarkably harrowing scene in Frank Darabont’s expertly executed 2007 film adaptation of Stephen King’s lovecraftian novella The Mist. The stage for this particular drama to unfold:A group of denizens of a small rural town are holed up in a grocery store, enveloped by a mysterious, impossibly thick mist. To venture outside is inadvi [...]

    14. 3.5😱😱Este libro…No sé ni siquiera cómo reseñarlo. Es que es increíble. No, sin palabras. Me ha dado mucha rabia todo.Es realmente interesante porque está enfocado en los aspectos sociales y políticos de la caza de brujas en Salem e increíble hasta dónde puede llegar la histeria del ser humano.

    15. 4.5 starsI would imagine that most people are familiar with The Crucible, but for those that are not, The Crucible is a play Arthur Miller wrote about the Salem Witch Trials. Miller wrote this in the early 1950s as a response to the dangers that Joseph McCarthy's actions toward declaring that people were "Communists" and how this is a case of history repeating itself a little more than 250 years later. In the late 1690s, young girls were making accusations toward who they believed were witches t [...]

    16. Rating: 4.6Review *Mild Spoilers*:The Crucible by Arthur Miller conveys the corruption of society, and the manipulation someone can cause that affects all aspect of the preservation of a fragile society. So, i had to read this book for Lit, and so i was all:So Before i bore you with my actual review, here are my reactions to the book through gifs.Abigail sentencing Elizabeth:When Danforth offered to see Mary Warren's side:Mr Putnam killing of his foes for land:Rebecca Nurse not confessing:John R [...]

    17. To start off 2016, I decided that chance should pick my first read. So I got my Book Jar off the shelf and asked my little brother to draw for med this is what he came up with. I was a bit disappointed because I was sure it would be boring, but it proved a pleasant surprise because I enjoyed myself a lot!If anyone had recommended this to me saying "Anne, you're going to love this heretic 17th century play about a village that goes crazy and starts putting random people in jail. You'll laugh your [...]

    18. "Oh, the noose, the noose is up!"What an intense and disturbing read! The crucible is a play written by Arthur Miller in 1953, about the destructive nature of superstition, ignorance, fear, corruption, greed and vengeance. It is ostensibly based on the witch trials in Salem in the seventeenth century, but is truly inspired by the persecutions of communists and “unAmericans” by Senator McCarthy.

    19. What a gripping story. This could be redone into a dystopian YA novel and it is set in history. It is a powerful work. How terrifying it is that people can be so brutal to each other. A very dark bit of American history. Not the best story to read during 45. I hope we don't repeat this sort of history. The story is good and it leaves me in a dark mood. I don't think I'll read this again and I'm glad of the reminder of it. I need something lighter now.

    20. About as perfect an allegory as can be created – a story about a witch hunt meant to be an extended metaphor for - a witch hunt.“You are pulling down heaven and raising up a whore” Arthur Miller’s brilliant 1953 play about the infamous Salem witch trials is also a scathing indictment of the McCarthy communist hearings of the early 50s and how hysteria – whether theocratic or jingoistic / political – can lead to nasty results.“Life, woman, life is God's most precious gift; no princ [...]

    21. A masterpiece in the history of Theatre can one put into words all the feelings that come to surface when you read The Crucible? What makes it even more shuttering, is the fact that it has always been relevant to any era, because it represents the fear in front of something we cannot understand, and the need to create witch-hunts in order to cover up our own faults as human beings and as members of our socities. John Proctor is the Everyman, he stands for every human being that is -rightfully- a [...]

    22. Arthur Miller's scathing indictment of 50's era McCarthyism was more interesting than I thought it would be. Miller set the piece in Salem, MA during the infamous 1692 witch trials. The play itself is divided into four acts and features the struggles individual villagers face as they are confronted with a hellish choice between hanging for witchcraft or falsely confessing, a choice which leads to the death of others.The action is driven by a posse of teenage girls. In order to escape punishment [...]

    23. Quizá sea un 3,5. Me ha gustado más de lo que esperaba y he echado en falta una introducción sobre el origen y sentido de la obra (poner en evidencia la caza de brujas del comité de actividades antiamericanas). La última parte engancha y angustia, por lo injusto del proceso.En general, se lee en un par de tardes y deja buen sabor de boca.

    24. "Bleh. Just bleh. I definitely did NOT enjoy reading this in the eighth grade, nor will I EVER like reading it in the years to come!"That was the review I wrote right after finishing it three years ago from now (2010).After reading it a second time for my junior year, now I can at least understand the text! Schools often make kids read literature that is too mature for their age group, and I have come to find that even a single year's difference can make or break one's comprehension of the book. [...]

    25. Describe perfectamente el fanatismo, la estupidez general y el histerismo colectivo, sacando lo malo de toda colectividad, describiendo como se va haciendo una bola de mentiras, odios y tonterías cada vez más grande. Como se aprovechan algunos de la situación para vengarse de los demás, con mentiras y falsos testimonios y como los demás, como borregos, se lo creen absolutamente todo como si fuera verdad o por comodidad. ¡Indignante! Realmente los seres humanos podemos llegar a alcanzar cot [...]

    26. O confiesas que eres bruja o te ahorcamos ¡Qué rabia me ha dado todo en esta historia!Ahora quiero seguir leyendo cosas sobre esta historia para conocer bien las razones de todo lo que sucedió.Abigail se ha convertido en uno de los personajes más odiosos que he leído.

    27. Another baaad Artie Miller metaphor. It doesnt take alot of deep-think to explain Why. Folklore-friendly Millersloppily sees the hysterical McCarthy Era of the 50s as a parallel to the Salem witch hunts of the 17thC. Aye, here's the rub : We know that "witches" do not exist. We know that Communistsdidexist, worked in US government. Were Russ spies. So, any matchup w Salem is cockeyed mellercuckoo. Does this understanding require intelligence?

    28. Read for school. Everyone in my class got a part to read aloud--I ended up as Danforth. Oh, joy. -_- (If you've read the book, you know he's not exactly a protagonist he's a man, and I'm a sixteen-year-old girl)Well, at least he gets some intense lines. I put everything I had into the reading, even though I hated the character. The book itself wasweirdly disturbing. But well-written.Edit: Almost eight months after we had to read this, I feel the need to change the rating from 3 stars to five! My [...]

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