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How is a marriage influenced by time period?

The Crucible - 1600s - America/Massachusetts

Use ABC-CLIO American History

Search for colonial/purtian marriage and family.



What causes indivduals to commit adultery?

Factors within a relationship

Societal conventions

Look at each of the main characters who commit adultery. Read the character analysis for more information.

On the Virtual Reference Collection:

Use Bloom's, Literature Resource Center, and Proquest Learning Literature.

For societal conventions you may use the historical databases on the VRC such as, ABC-CLIO American History or History Study Center.

MLA Style Guide


NoodleTools LibGuide


Proquest Knowledge Notes Citations

"KnowledgeNote Study Guide: The Crucible." ProQuest Learning Literature. ProQuest LLC, 2002. Web. 5 March 2013.


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