Theme Of Lying In The Crucible

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The significance of lying only leads to more problems is conflicted in The Crucible by Arthur Miller. In a series of events the effects of lying are displayed with their own individual consequences and one problem leading to another and another and eventually to an tragic end. From the beginning of the play, The Crucible, the reader was introduced to the young girl Abigail who initially started the trails of lies that caused the downfall of Salem and its justice. Abigail began the rumors of witchcraft through
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