Compare And Contrast Elizabeth Proctor And Abigail Williams

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In The Crucible why were people blaming one another? The Crucible by Arthur Miller, talks about people blaming each other for using witchcraft. Everyone in the town was getting accused by the people and they would have them in trial and ask them questions. In the Crucible, by Arthur Miller, the characters of Elizabeth Proctor, and Abigail Williams can be compared and contrasted through love, witchcraft, and Family.

First of all, love in The Crucible, between Abigail Williams, and Elizabeth Proctor was interesting because John Proctor was married to Elizabeth Proctor. Abigail Williams and John Proctor discuss of the affair they had. “ John- I am waiting for you every night.”pg 176 John Proctor refuses the affair with Abigail Williams. Elizabeth Proctor find out about this and they both have a tension discuss about it. John Proctor knows he committed adultery and can be put in jail. Abigail doesn't like Elizabeth because she's with John Proctor and she wants to take
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Many of the families lost their farm and animals were free loose on the streets because many were blamed. The accusation of Abigail towards Elizabeth Proctor separated her from her husband John Proctor. Elizabeth was taken to jail for putting a needle in the poppet. Everyone was in trial, Giles, and his wife Martha were separated and killed. Families were getting split and killed because of this non sense going on. Elizabeth was pregnant and John was happy about it but he was accused and put in jail. He later on was Hanged and left Elizabeth alone. Abigail escaped with money and left the town. In Conclusion, love, witchcraft, and family were affecting Abigail Williams and Elizabeth Proctor. The Crucible by Arthur Miller Shows how people would be affected by witchcraft.People were getting accused of it and many were getting taken to jail. The people were killed and witchcraft

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