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Related Texts to the Crucible (1 Viewer)

Black_satire

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Just want to good related text to the Crucible that i can use for the common module (Human Experiences) in English Adv.
 

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Re: The Crucible

pick a text type that is different from The Crucible, so seeing as it's a play your open to pick poems, images/paintings, films, novels, etc.

In terms of a solid text you could look at Animal Farm by George Orwell, this text links quite nicely since it has similar interactions (in a way with politics) and could be a nice text to study alongside The Crucible.

But of course, as long as you pick a text that shares some similar values/ideas you should be ok.
 

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The Crucible

Need a related text for The Crucible. Preferably a short story, painting or poem. Any ideas?
 

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Re: The Crucible

The Lives of Others by Donnersmark (Film)

V for Vendetta (Graphic Novel)

Fahrenheit 451 (Book)

Guernica (Painting)

Saturn Devouring his Son - Goya (Painting)
 
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House of Cards (Tv series)
We steal secrets: Wikileaks Documentary
Winston Churchill's Speeches
Julian Assange - The Unauthorised Autobiography
An Inconvenient Truth (Documentary)
If This Is a Man / The Truce- Primo Levi (Novel)
Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close - Jonathan Safran Foer(Novel)
Birdsong-Sebastian Faulks (Novel)
 

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