Mary Warren was responsible for the dark ending of the crucible because she played Abigail 's game, in the beginning, In the beginning, Marry Warren followed Abigail 's example in accusing people of being witches. Mary went so far in this that she actually went to court with Abigale to help her in the prosecuting of the accused. “I am sick, I am sick, Mr. Proctor. Pray, pray, hurt me not. Her strangeness throws his op, and her evident pallor and weakness.
She was a savage, angry teenager who everyone thought was an angel. According to Shmoop, “Abigail flirts with John Proctor. She tries to get him to admit that he still wants her and expresses anger toward his wife for “blackening” her name in the village.” As we can see, Abigail Williams wasn't the kindest person out there.
(Miller 150) Abigail uses her envy of Elizabeth’s marriage to john and resorts to name calling to persuade john to come to her. The Evil practices and sins will cast chaos in the town of Salem from one person. For the most part, Abigail Williams stirred up drama and made her move by accusing Goody Proctor and changes her behavior constantly to ruin Elizabeth’s marriage.
Abigail shapes the name of The Crucible because she causes the trial because she was the leader of the dancing and other activities. Millers underlying message is that people should be conscious about what goes on around them and not let themselves get swept up into hysteria. Abigail relates to the underlying message because she increases hysteria in the community by putting other people to blame, making situations dramatic, and overall causing people to think that a witch is among them. Abigail is a very manipulative and controlling character and that is why the story holds a major theme of honesty and lies because even one lie can cause a whole society to go
Hugh Reamer p.5 Mr.Birk English 11 7 October 2016 Witch, Please. The Crucible by Arthur Miller is a suspenseful story about witchcraft. Several of the characters are conniving and malicious because they’re accusing others of compacting with satan, Abigail Williams is a prime example of malevolence. I chose to write about Abigail because she is continuously dishonest and does not come clean even when given multiple opportunities.
Throughout the entire play of the Crucible, Abigail Williams portrayed the characteristic of a selfish teenager whose actions were only to help herself. She accused many innocent people of committing the crime of witchcraft, which nineteen were later hung. Her entire motive was to get revenge on Elizabeth Proctor so she could have Elizabeth’s husband, John Proctor, all to herself. “She blacken my name in the village! She is telling lies about me!
Despite the obstacles the two face together, they continue to push on until Lennie does a terrible thing and George is forced to do something just as worse. I believe George was justified to kill Lennie because it prevented torture for the both of them in the long run and Lennie would never learn to understand when enough is enough and how to cope with the bad in life. If George was found with Lennie, he would also be faced with the repercussions of being affiliated with him.
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.
When she's on the brink of getting busted for dabbling in witchcraft, she skillfully manages to pin the whole thing on Tituba and several of Salem's other second-class citizens. In the begging, Lady Macbeth represents the opposite of women. She is the dominant partner in their relationship between her and Macbeth. As we progress through the story line, we observe Lady Macbeths downfall.
In The Crucible, when people have grudges towards someone, then they do stupid things to get the person they grudge on in trouble. As we know, Proctor had an affair with Abigail but he’s ashamed of it and told Abigail that he is done with her. That makes Abigail mad, so, her cruelty shows up when she charges Elizabeth, Proctor’s wife, of using witchcraft and being a witch.
To begin with, Abigail Williams starts the accusations of witchcraft in order to fulfill her ulterior motives. We first see hints of her motives when Abigail tells John Proctor, a married man under whom she had worked that, “I am waiting’ for you every night”(1099). While Abigail worked under John and Elizabeth Proctor, she had developed feelings for John. Elizabeth removes her which angers Abigail deeply.
Aylmer’s views on perfection led to the demise of Georgiana. He skewed Georgiana’s views by making it seem that if she wasn’t perfect then he could not love her. Throughout the process Georgiana was scared of her husband’s actions but she was made to believe that what he was doing was normal so she went along with it.
In The Crucible by Arthur Miller, the people of Salem and the authorities from Boston deceive each other which leads to innocent people being hanged. Abigail Williams and several other women betrayed each other during the Salem Witch Trials in their mission to get the judges to hang innocent people that were “guilty” of witchcraft. Abigail was a big user of deception against the judges in order to hang John Proctor’s wife in hope of being with john as a lover after all of this mess was cleared over. She Deceives Judge Danforth in to thinking that the Devil actually does exist and witchcraft has caused her to bleed her own blood as she says here, “ I have been hurt, Mr.Danforth, I have seen my own blood runnin out!
Perhaps murder was the only way to see the truth in Salem, or perhaps it didn’t prove anything until it was too late. Perhaps the townsfolk were too unintelligent to see the truth, or perhaps they let their pride and reputations get in the way of the truth. People let themselves get controlled by their reputation, which explains Danforth and Abigail perfectly. Judge Danforth and Abigail Williams have an extremely high statues in their town, Salum, in The Crucible, written by Arthur Miller. However, they achieve, distribute, and maintain it in similarly ways, but yet still seem so different.
Who's to Blame For the Salem Witch Trails? In Arthur Miller's "The Crucible," Abigail Williams, Judge Danforth, and John Proctor are responsible for the witch trials. Not only is Abigail one of the characters responsible for the witch trails, but she is the one who instigated the witchcraft fervor within Salem. John is one of the characters responsible for the trails because he has an affair with Abigail.