The Crucible Reword
Personal Reflection In the rewrite, I was accountable for Elizabeth’s character. My partner, John, and chose to produce the scene where Abigail is fired from her position as subservient because we both felt there was a great deal of room for analysis. I selected Elizabeth since it looked like there was a lot that she was keeping back throughout the 2 acts that I felt like I might express for her. “It is as though she would speak but can not” (166 ), Elizabeth holds her tongue far more than she must provided her situation.
This is just among the numerous examples that reveal why I wished to reveal Elizabeth more than she ever would herself. “quietly, fearing to anger him by prodding” (166) Elizabeth stops herself from outraging John by pushing any further. Elizabeth is the type of individual who is so warm-hearted that they can hurt themselves by being as they are. She should’ve pushed John to go to Salem and diverge his details instantly for it would help her in the long run. hurt and very coldly … she starts to leave” (167) Again rather of jumping into an argument, Elizabeth avoids any conflict with John. This irks me due to the fact that she should be expressing her sensations rather of keeping them to herself, something that does not help anybody. My partner and I worked extremely effectively together. The only arguments that occurred concerned which lines or phase instructions were better fit for the scene. The work was equally distributed between the two people throughout the task.
It only took us about 3 hours to end up along with some off-topic discussions and treat breaks in between. John was responsible for corrections of the dialogue, typing the ended up copy, and turning it in. John worked very well with the tasks he had. I was responsible for creating the majority of the dialogue and composing both the rough draft and last copy (we were under the impression that a composed last copy was what was supposed to be kipped down).