How can I find the article "The Crucible in History"?

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'Echoes Down the Corridor' is a collection of essays written by Arthur Miller. Its full title is 'Echoes Down the Corridor: Collected Essays: 1944-2000' and was published by Penguin in 2001. The essays are exemplary of Miller's powers of social and cultural criticism, and the eloquent and thoughtful prose he was so well-known for. 

The title of this essay collection is taken from the title of an epilogue-like passage printed at the end of 'The Crucible' that details the true historical outcomes of many of the characters portrayed in the play.

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