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Different Outlines for Different Crucible Essays

As the play, “The Crucible” is based on a series of event; therefore, you have loads of options available to prepare an outline for your crucible essay. You can either go for the characters insights, different themes of the play or different changes that the characters experience in the play. Here are the 2 topics that may help you prepare different outlines for your different crucible essays:

Topic # 1:Insights gained by ‘Elizabeth Proctor’ in the play “The Crucible”
Outline:

  • Introduction: First introduce the play with character that you have chosen as your thesis statement; then write one or two topic sentences regarding the character of ‘Elizabeth Proctor’.
  • Body: You may divide your body of your essay on the crucible into following paragraphs to discuss Elizabeth’s insights:

Paragraph 1: You should discuss insights of Elizabeth into John Proctor with reference example along with the page number.

Paragraph 2:  You should talk about Elizabeth’s insights into herself with reference example along with the page number.

  • Conclusion: Sum up your character insights in a few sentences.

Topic # 2: Discuss the theme ‘Excessive Pride’ in the play “The Crucible”
Outline:

  • Introduction: Prepare a thesis statement that defines your theme on excessive pride. Give a short summary of the play and characters with reference to the crucible essay topic about excessive pride.
  • Body: The body of your essays on the crucible can be based on following paragraphs:

Paragraph 1: Give a brief about the character, ‘Reverend Hale’. Give example of his pride. State whether his pride was justified.

Paragraph 2: Define the character of ‘Elizabeth Proctor’. Give example of her pride. State whether she was justified in her pride.

Paragraph 3: Give a short summary of the character ‘John Proctor’. Give example of her pride. State whether his pride was justified.

  •  Conclusion: You should compare the character of ‘John Proctor’ with other characters and decide whether his pride was excessive or not.

In short, you can prepare different outlines for the crucible essays regarding the different topics of the play.

 

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