Many characters lie, which include John Proctor, Abigail Williams, Reverend Parris, and many others. All these characters have what they feel, is a logical reason for lying, but the question why do people lie to others and themselves, is something to ponder while reading the play. People lie to themselves to make them feel better about their own lives and people lie to others to cover up something they may be ashamed of. One reason people lie to themselves is to make them feel better about their own life and what they 're going through. Abigail is reprimanding the girls for saying things about witchcraft she doesn 't approve of.
Because of the intolerance it leads him to take a stand for what he thought was right. He refused to believe the girls stories, and he was not willing to confess a lie. Along with intolerance, hysteria was occurring throughout the entire town. Hysteria was possibly the most import theme in the play even though it was shown mainly later in the play. It was primarily shown when the girls exaggerated things that were happening.
A lie is defined as a false statement made in order to deceive. There are many instances where the main characters in the novel The Great Gatsby are deceitful. The lies in this novel spiral out of control and cause disastrous effects. The effects of these lies cause trouble in the main character's lives. Gatsby lies and it causes tension between him and Tom.
Fear is strong and manipulative, it can cause individuals to do the wrong things for their own safety and protection. In other words; souls lie for their own well being and secureness. The Crucible has an exceeding amount of lies throughout the entire book followed by characters. However most of the lies are a result from conflicts with one of the main characters who is the reason for the whole chaos; Abigail. A popular saying, “One lie leads to another”, this saying describes The Crucible sufficiently, the book consists of lies, that lead another and another, eventually by the end of the book families and relationships are torn apart.
It is human nature to be afraid of the things we do not understand, and The Crucible reinforces this fear throughout the play. By creating hysteria and chaos, people's perception of reality blurs. The girls in the play manipulate people through fear, they lie about something that people are constantly afraid of. Although their
Romeo and Juliet’s tragic deaths are caused by the ignorance, leading to rash decisions, of Friar Lawrence, and the abuse of parental power and unrelenting demands for Juliet from Capulet. First of all, Friar Lawrence’s plan to help Juliet was dangerous
Abigail is an example of someone who has antisocial personality disorder because she is a liar, lacks the knowledge of right from wrong, and has no empathy or sympathy of hurting others. Antisocial personality disorder is present in Abigail’s ways and actions because throughout the play she lies a great amount. In fact, it is a known that one of the symptoms in people having antisocial personality disorder is “persistent lying or deceit to exploit others” (Mayo Staff). Throughout most of the play Abigail makes statements and answers questions that people may believe at the time, but the readers know that most of what she is saying is a lie. To illustrate, in The Crucible Reverend Parris consults Abigail about why the Proctor’s had fired her, her answer was, “she hates me, uncle, she must, for I would not be her slave,” referring to Elizabeth Proctor (Miller, 1132).
The criticisms that Holden targets people with are also projected towards himself. He is uncomfortable with his own perceived weaknesses, and at times displays as much “phoniness”, cruelty, and superficiality as anyone else in the novel. This of course is reflected in his story and is a catalyst for shaping the
This blemish generated audience pity, subsequently because of his cockiness, Oedipus and his clouded mind, unfortunately caused him to be extremely paranoid. As Oedipus creeps closer to the truth, his madness increases due to the fact that Oedipus cannot admit to himself the evil things he has done. When Tiresias finally reveals the truth to Oedipus, he cannot accept the truth. Instead Oedipus chooses to believe that Tiresias’ words are some elaborate plot to over throw him, “Are these inventions Creon’s work, or yours (page 14, Oedipus Rex)?” Oedipus’ downfall is due to his hamartia pity inducing because the viewer knows that Oedipus is a morally righteous man with a huge ego. Free will is called into the forefront of this play, Oedipus, his fate was foretold long before he was born, seeks to prevent his fate, but he cannot.
Likely, this also shown the principles in Waknuk have blinded the people terribly, people always think it is the punishment from God toward them but actually it is not. People in Waknuk are punished each other as well as from the belief spills of the “Old People” have left, however, these principles made the Waknuk society fall. Therefore, people in Waknuk should have acceptance to deviation and mutant people rather than send to the Fringes or kill them because they could lose talented people that could rise their