The Crucible - Form, Structure and Language Analysis
Here is a detailed look at some of the most important quotations in Arthur Miller’s ‘The Crucible’. You’ll find any form, structure or language terms put in bold so that they’re easy to pick out. Later on there is a more in-depth breakdown of the way the analysis works, including how to weave in context points and alternative or critical interpretations to make the ideas stronger. Practising this type of analysis is the best way to get good at writing essay paragraphs, so be sure to try writing some pieces of analysis yourselves with a few different quotations in order to improve your essay technique (I’d recommend choosing 5-10 quotations and seeing how much you can write on each one).