AP English Language and Composition

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Timed Write Essay Assessment Part II on The Crucible You have the entire class period to write a well developed essay regarding the following prompt: Prompt: In Arthur Miller's The Crucible, Reverend Hale tells Elizabeth Proctor that "no principle, however glorious" is worth dying for, and he argues that it is better to give a false confession than to die for a principle. Instructions: Write an essay in which you defend, refute or qualify Hale's assertion. Draw upon your own reading, observation, and experience to support your position.

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