Vol. 4, Issue 5 (2018)
American dream in Arthur miller’s ‘The Crucible’
Author(s): R Poornima, T Thiruppathi
Abstract: American Dream is an American communal ideal that stresses classlessness and especially physical success, but it can also mean the wealth or life that is the awareness of this model. It is whispered that the idea of the American Dream was fashioned when the original pioneers came to America. Arthur miller’s plays usually deals with American dream, one of such play is “The Crucible”. The play tells us that independence of expression and morality, and right to life should be frozen as the heritage of every individual. When the community, monetary, and dogmatic welfare of both individual and society is in threat, one ought to be ready to guard the same.