Examples Of Abigail Williams In The Crucible

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We often hear that betrayal can lead to deadly effects, with this in mind, in the story The Cruicible, betrayal is the wall from truth. The play took place in Salem, Massachusetts in 1692. During this time strange acts were appearing all around Salem. As a result of these acts people blamed each other to exclude themselves from death, knowing that such acts were considered witchcraft. Abigail Williams is one of those people. She is manipulative and should be held responsible for the imprisonment and executions of the innocent salem people, because she accused others of witchcraft and above all lied to the court to save her life. As has been noted, Abigail Williams accused innocent people of witchcraft. Although it may not seem like a big

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