Figurative Language In The Crucible

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The author of the story crucible develop both character similarities and differences through figurative language, theme and irony. So as can see elizabeth and abigail don't see eye to eye, especially with the proctor situation. Which created more tension between everyone. Abigail and Elizabeth are very different people with the same motives of getting things the way the want. Furthermore, elizabeth see herself as an honest christian women. Her duty is many to serve the lord and follow in his commandments. “Mr. Hale i am a covenant christain women”. She as pure as they can be, carrying herself as a respected christian women but not everyone is not what they say they are. They people of salem their trust people word but once accused they aren't that sure of them. Elizabeth is a great woman and wife, taking care of her children, while making food for her husband. As time goes on elizabeth realizes that abigail doesn't like her and is out to kill her, so she can take her place and be with john. This can be represented as foreshadowing because from act 1 elizabeth find out all the negativity about abigail but in act 2 she is actually…show more content…
Throughout the story they have same mindset and that too keep john. Abigail never had john but she does want him and of course elizabeth want him to because that her husband. The author brings these two characters that are very much so different together through a situational irony, by expecting the unexpected. Stated in the crucible “john i am waiting for you every night” her motive for trying to get john back is so strong, she'll do anything for this guy..... According to the story crucible ‘i think you must go to salem, john. You must tell them it is a fraud’ elizabeth has a strong mindset of trying to get john to go to salem and tell the truth behind all these witchcraft nonsense. Both of these characters are strong minded women trying to prove a
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