Examples Of Abigail Williams In The Crucible

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Hook: Lustful wretchedness consumed a young sinful girl, putting her in a state of delusion. This girl’s actions contributed to a mass hysteria that only she could have put a stop to. Exposition: The Crucible, written by Arthur Miller, is an analogy highlighting the mass hysteria of the Salem Witch Trials and the Red Scare. Thesis: The character, Abigail Williams, not only contributed to this madness but also had the ability to extinguish the hysteria but chose to feed into the idea of her being the person John Proctor would end up with. She vividly displayed signs of manipulation, menacingly actions, and conditions of derangement. Intro Undoubedtly, throughout the movie it is evident that Abigail has authority over the girls. Concrete :

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