Symbols in the Crucible?

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The symbols in The Crucible are: The Title Itself (The Crucible), Witch Trials, The Poppet and the Noose Hanging. In literature, symbols are objects, characters or figures which are used to represent theoretical ideas or concepts.
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The symbols in The Crucible are: The Title Itself (The Crucible), Witch Trials, The Poppet and the Noose Hanging. In literature, symbols are objects, characters ...
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