Essays on Mary Warren

Mary Warren is a character in the play The Crucible. She is a young girl who is caught up in the witch trial hysteria. Mary is initially scared to testify against her friends, but she eventually does so out of fear of being accused of witchcraft herself. This leads to the death of several innocent people.

Essay themes and ideas about Mary Warren

  • Mary Warren as the Voice of Reason
  • Mary Warren as the Conscience of the Court
  • Mary Warren as the Voice of the People
  • Mary Warren as the Voice of Truth
  • Mary Warren as the Voice of Justice
  • Mary Warren as the Voice of Mercy
  • Mary Warren as the Voice of Hope
  • Mary Warren as the Voice of Compassion
  • Mary Warren as the Voice of Forgiveness
  • Mary Warren as the Voice of Love