When Giles’ wife is accused of witchery, when Giles mistakenly says that she reads many books, he is devastated. He gathers evidence as to why people who dislike him would lie and have his wife accused of witchery. When Giles presents this evidence to the court, Danforth and Hathorne command Giles to tell them the name of the man from whom he obtained this evidence. Giles firmly says, “I will not give you no name. I mentioned my wife's name once and I’ll burn in hell long enough for that.
When Abigail is discovered dancing in the woods, she tells Reverend Parris, they were doing only common dancing and “never conjured spirits” (Miller 10). She worries that punishment awaits her and carefully chooses what information she confesses to him. Betty admits that Abigail is a liar when she rises from lying inert and states, “You drank blood Abby! You didn’t tell him that” (Miller 18). In reality, Abigail meets with Tituba for a potion to kill Goody Proctor.
Then moving to rising actions, as Parris sends to doctor to know what happens to his daughter Betty, Parris is afraid from his country if they know that Parris has corruption at his house. The climax of the play is cleared, when Elizabeth has been accused for witch craft by Abigail. Also, Abigail and other girls pretension at the court have made the situation of Elizabeth and other innocent women more complicated. Moving to following actions, Proctor admits his affair with Abigail at the court, then Proctor confession of making witch craft. At the last Miller used horrible ending, that ends with Proctor’s refusal to give his name and sign on his confession, so he hangs up and he reaches to high
She is living with her uncle and his child Betty. Betty and Abigail are friends. One night all girls go in the woods to have a ritual, but Abigail is drinking blood and cased a spell to Elisabeth. She wants that Elisabeth Proctor, the wife of John Proctor, died, because she has an affair with John. In “The Crucible” Abigail is one of the main characters, because she is dealing with witchcraft.
In the novel, Kit tells her family about Hannah. Outraged they tell Kit she is not allowed to see Hannah. "Why, Aunt Rachel, you of all people! You can 't believe she 's a witch?” ( Speare 99). Kit still sees Hannah and they form a deeper bond.
Several characters in The Crucible are worried about how they are perceived by others. Even in real life, we worry too much about how others view our lives and whether or not we are accepted. In the story, Abigail is a hirable maid who stayed with Mr. and Mrs. Proctor. Abigail had an affair with Mr. Proctor while tending to the needs of the house. Mrs. Proctor learned of the affair and fired her immediately.
When George was explaining why he needed to stay away from Curley’s wife, she came in and tried to initiate a conversation, but George refused to talk to her. While George was attending to the hurt mull, Curley’s wife comes into the stalls and attempts to start a conversation with George. After a while, Curley came in and accused George of flirting with her and Curley’s wife storms off angry. Curley’s wife went into the barn and found Lennie. Lennie was panicked by Curley’s wife, afraid that she knew what he did.
Her hatred for Elizabeth Proctor emerges from the very beginning of Act I, saying that, “Goody Proctor is a gossiping liar!” after she was discharged from being their servant and no other family has contacted her for her services. She continues her hatred in Act II when Abigail first accuses Elizabeth of witchcraft and Elizabeth knowing this, responds with, “I am sure she does--and thinks to kill me, then take my place.” Abigail is so determined to get her way that she even puts on a show to get her arrested. According to Ezekiel Cheever, “She sat to dinner in Reverend Parris’s house tonight, and without a word no warnin’ she falls to the floor… in the flesh of her belly, he drew a needle out. And demandin’ of her how she come to be so stabbed, she testify, it were your wife’s familiar spirit pushed it in.” The outcome in Act III, is that due to Abigail’s persistence, Elizabeth was charged for witchcraft and is more than likely to be punished for her
The Crucible was created in 1953, which shows the story of the Salem witch trials. This event occurred in Massachusetts Bay around the time1692-1693. The plot of the crucible started when a group of girl claimed that they were dancing in the forest with Tituba (slave). The girls were caught by Reverend Parris (Minister). Parris’s daughter (Betty), ends up falling in a coma but we later found out that she was faking being in a coma because she was scared that she going to get in trouble.
When her uncles caught the girls in the woods dancing by the fire, Abigail did not mention they were saying boys' names wishing they could marry them. She also did not mention that she wished for John Proctor's wife to die. Abigail Williams also drank a charm to kill John Proctor's wife, Elizabeth Proctor. In the play, some of the girls yell at Abigail for drinking the charm