"The Crucible", by Arthur Miller. I've read this play a few times now and I've seen two productions of it, one of them was very interesting, the other was mediocre. I've also watched one of the movie versions. I find the play fascinating. The control that one woman can have over a group is fascinating, how people can get into such a frenzy and follow the pack. Obviously the most interesting characters to me were John Proctor and Abigail. John's obsession with keeping his honour and his 'good name'. I find the relevance to the time and the McCarthy-related symbolism fascinating. Anyone else read this and enjoyed it?