Character Analysis Of Abigail Williams In The Crucible By Arthur Miller

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Every good story has to have differing characters to drive the story forward. Some are easy to like while others take some time to understand. However, there is usually at least one that immediately stands out as the villain. In The Crucible, this character is Abigail Williams, a selfish and vindictive girl that loves to cause trouble around town. She is the opposite of Elizabeth Proctor, the honest and caring wife of John Proctor. The author, Arthur Miller, uses these women to suggest that reputations during this time were extremely important and if tarnished could ruin lives. One woman with the most pristine reputation is Elizabeth Proctor. She is an admirable character throughout the play. Elizabeth is a very moral person and believes in

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