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The Crucible Think What do you fear What if those fears came true How many of the top fears can you list Summary of Most Common Fears 01 Fear of flying  02 Fear of public speaking  03 Fear of heights  ID: 540177 Download Presentation

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Slide1

Fear in The CrucibleSlide2

Think…

What do you fear?

What if those fears came true?

How many of the top fears can you list?Slide3

Summary of Most Common Fears

01. Fear of flying 

02. Fear of public speaking 

03. Fear of heights 

04. Fear of the dark 

05. Fear of intimacy

06. Fear of death, dying 

07. Fear of failure 

08. Fear of rejection 

09. Fear of spiders 

10. Fear of commitment 

11. Fear of flowers 

12. Fear of driving 

13. Fear of dogs 

14. Fear of dentists 

15. Fear of snakes 

16. Fear of needles 

17. Fear of being alone

18. Fear of water 

19. Fear of god

20. Fear of abandonment

21. Fear of long words

22. Fear of clowns

23. Fear of falling 

24. Fear of change

25. Fear of germs 

26. Fear of music 

27. Fear of doctors

28. Fear of crowds 

29. Fear of being touched

30. Fear of open spaces

31. Fear of engulfment

32. Fear of girls

33. Fear of thunder

34. Fear of looking at lists of fears?Slide4

Fear in The Crucible

Character

Fear

Quote

The

Putnams

The loss of their final child, and a loss of influence

Reverend Parris

Fears his power and influence being lost

John Proctor

His reputation being ruined and losing face within the community

Reverend Hale

He will be cast out of the church and of God’s good will. nobody else will recognise the lies behind the accusation, and more innocent lives will be lost.

Elizabeth

Proctor

The loss of John’s good name and thus her own reputation within the village. She also fears the extent of Abigail’s power

Mary

Abigail and her power over them and the town

Rebecca Nurse/ Giles Corey

Are

immune to fear; they remain strong true until the end. They die in the knowledge that they are good and without sin of the devil or his liesSlide5

Character

Fear

Quote

The

Putnams

The loss of their final child, and a loss of influence

MRS. PUTNAM: Reverend Parris, I have laid seven babies unbaptized in the earth. Believe me, sir, you never saw more hearty babies born. And yet, each would wither in my arms the very night of their birth. I have spoke

nothin

', but my heart has

clamored

intimations. And now, this year, my Ruth, my only—I see her turning strange.

Reverend Parris

Fears his power and influence being lost

I have given you a home, child. I have put clothes upon your back—now give me an upright answer. Your name in the town—it is entirely white, is it not?

John Proctor

His reputation being ruined and losing face within the community

I do think I see some shred of goodness in John Proctor. Not enough to weave a banner with, but white enough to keep it from such dogsSlide6

Character

Fear

Quote

Reverend Hale

He will be cast out of the church and of God’s good will. nobody else will recognise the lies behind the accusation, and more innocent lives will be lost.

Excellency, I have signed seventy-two death warrants; I am a minister of the Lord, and I dare not take a life without there be a proof so immaculate no slightest qualm of conscience may doubt it.

Elizabeth

Proctor

The loss of John’s good name and thus her own reputation within the village. She also fears the extent of Abigail’s power

ELIZABETH: John, you are not open with me. You saw her with a crowd, you said. Now you—

PROCTOR: I'll plead my honesty no more, Elizabeth.

ELIZABETH, 

now she would justify herself

: John, I am only—

Mary

Abigail and her power over them and the town

What'll we do? The village is out! I just come from the farm; the whole country's

talkin

' witchcraft! They'll be

callin

' us witches, Abby! Abby, we've got to tell.

Rebecca Nurse/ Giles Corey

Are

immune to fear; they remain strong true until the end. They die in the knowledge that they are good and without sin of the devil or his lies

REBECCA:

Let you fear nothing! Another judgment waits us allSlide7

The Putnams

How are the

Putnams

viewed by other characters?

Why do their fears lead to accusations of witchcraft?

What else causes them to accuse their neighbours?Slide8

Discuss…

Linking the theme of fear with what you know about puritans, explain why the characters’ fears have led to

such hysteria?