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The Crucible by Arthur Miller

Looking for a tense, bristling play this autumn? Enter Arthur Miller's The Crucible, available for streaming on Digital Theatre+! Crucible tells the story of those living in the Massachusetts Bay Colony during the 1690s, while rumors of witches in the town swirl through the air. We watch as the townspeople slowly turn on one another with deadly consequences. This play, written during the 1950s, is a direct allegory for McCarthyism. This play explores themes of blame, guilt, and deception. This version was directed at The Old Vic in London by Yaël Farber.

Digital Theatre+

-Frances Miller '24

Snow by Orhan Pamuk
Looking for a long winter cosy read? Snow is just the book for you. Based on 2002 Turkey, the book is focused around the life of Ka, a poet who returns to Turkey from his 21 years of exile in Germany. He presents himself as an investigative journalist focusing on the stories of 'suicide girls'. The book is an amalgamation of politics, religion, and social complexities affecting the lives of common people. Will Ka eventually find a meaning in his life? Will religion change his modern political thinking? Will he find love or betrayal? The book also provides breathtaking descriptions of landscapes filled with snow and incidences that take place. 

Call Number:  PL 248 .P34 K36513 2004
- Jyoti Mamgain '23
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