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BC22
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The Crucible

Hi,
 
My name is Becky, and I'd like to begin a reading group for Arthur Miller's, The Crucible. Is anyone interested in this?
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Re: The Crucible

Haven't read it for many years. If you can get a couple of people actively interested in discussing it I would be glad to re-read it and participate, but it would take at least several committed readers to make a worthy discussion. Good luck.

BC22 wrote:
Hi,
 
My name is Becky, and I'd like to begin a reading group for Arthur Miller's, The Crucible. Is anyone interested in this?



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Re: The Crucible

I'm an English teacher writing a unit plan for this play. It is fascinating and complex. I hope others will join so we can discuss it.
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Re: The Crucible

A lesson plan collaboration, eh? There are a bunch of active teachers here (I left that field many years ago with mixed relief and regret) who might be interested in helping with that!

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I'm an English teacher writing a unit plan for this play. It is fascinating and complex. I hope others will join so we can discuss it.



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Re: The Crucible

I could discuss The Crucible, when people are ready.  Arthur Miller is definitely in my top 3 favorite playwrights.  (Though, under no circumstances should you read a novel by him....it's just not the same.)
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