The Crucible audiobook is set in 17th-century Salem, Massachusetts, and is based on a true story.
The Crucible audiobook begins when Reverend Parris saw several females dancing naked in the woods. They had summoned spirits, which made the girls accused of witchcraft. To avoid punishment, they accuse other ladies in the town of being witches. As a result, these ladies are put on trial, with the girls serving as the jury.
In The Crucible audiobook, Elizabeth Proctor is aware that John Proctor is having an affair with Abigail. Abigail accuses Elizabeth Proctor of being a witch to get her out of the picture. A doll discovered in the Proctor’s home, proving that she is a witch without a shadow of a doubt.
In The Crucible audiobook free, the judge is Deputy Governor Danforth. He convinced that the females are speaking the truth. Meanwhile, they are accusing the women they despise. Reverend Hale summoned as an expert witness. He initially believes the ladies are witches, but then rejects it and attempts to assist the accused. Proctor persuades Mary Warren to testify against the girls. When Mary Warren walks into the courtroom, Abigail and the other girls begin to shout that she is sending her spirit onto them. Mary, terrified, accuses John Proctor of casting his spirit onto her.
John is now suspected of conspiring with the devil. He considers lying to preserve his life. Danforth desires that he sign a confession. This will demonstrate to the populace that the witch trials were legitimate. John refuses to sign the confession because he does not want to implicate his friends. In the end, in The Crucible audiobook free, he died, but he saves his good name and dignity.
Arthur Miller wrote The Crucible audiobook.
Arthur Miller was born on 17th of October 1915. He was an essayist and playwright in the American theatre of the twentieth century. All My Sons, A View from the Bridge, The Crucible, and Death of a Salesman were among his most popular pieces. He authored numerous scripts, but his most well-known work was on The Misfits in 1961.
He graduated from Abraham Lincoln High School in 1932. Following graduation, he worked as a psychiatric assistant and copywriter before obtaining academic positions at New York University and the University of New Hampshire. Miller joined the League of American Writers on May 1, 1935, and served as a member from 1935 until 1943. Miller studied journalism at the University of Michigan and worked for the student newspaper. During this period, he composed his debut play, No Villain. He earned the Avery Hopwood Award for No Villain. The award gave him his first recognition and encouraged him to explore a career as a writer.
Miller was usually in the public spotlight, especially in 1940s, 1950s, and 1960s. Moreover, The Saint Louis University Library Associates awarded him St. Louis Literary Award in 1980. In 2001, he received the Praemium Imperiale, the Prince of Asturias Award in 2002, the Jerusalem Prize in 2003, and the Dorothy and Lillian Gish Award in 1999.
Miller died of bladder cancer and heart failure on the evening of February 10, 2005, at the age of 89, at his home in Roxbury, Connecticut.
The narrators of The Crucible audiobook are Stacy Keach, Richard Dreyfuss, Ed Begley Jr., Hector Elizondo, and a full cast.
The length of The Crucible audiobook is 1 hour and 58 minutes.
L.A. Theatre Works published The Crucible audiobook on 08/23/2006.