Now that you have seen the movie version of The Crucible, write a brief review of the movie. Be sure to include parts that you liked and why you liked them, as well as descriptions of the parts you didn't like and why you didn't like them.
Looking back at lines 323-344 in Act Two, it appears obvious that Mary's defense of Elizabeth Proctor in court changed the powerdynamics among Mary, Elizabeth, and John Proctor. How is the situation in the Proctor household a microcosm of the upheaval going on throughout the community? And is Proctor correct in his analysis of the situation in lines 880-884 of Act Two?