"The Crucible" by Arthur Miller.
The Hungarian proverb, "Man was given a tongue with which to speak and words to hide his thoughts" has existed for centuries; it illustrates the unscrupulousness of lies. Throughout time, children have been taught honesty through literature. Many fairy tales and fables, by incorporating morals, enforce such essential lessons about life; The Boy Who Cried "Wolf!" being a specific example. Literature of this genre seeks to convey these morals into the lives of children; hopefully allowing them to grow into perfectly moral citizens. However, all that is seen when looking at the world toda…
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