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What are the gaps in Miller's storyline in The Crucible?

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There are plenty of gaps that exist within Miller's telling of this dark point in American history. Specifically, I would look to the gaps that exist between the various acts in the play. A fairly obvious gap exists between Act 1 and Act 2. Act 1 has Abigail and John interacting with each other at one point, and the act then smoothly flows into Abigail and Betty naming a bunch of names for...

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