Arthur Miller's "The Crucible".

Title: Arthur Miller's "The Crucible".
Category: /Arts & Humanities/Theater
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Arthur Miller's "The Crucible".
Describe Abigail Williams' character in relation to her conduct in the woods, her attitude towards the girls and Parris, her comments about Elizabeth Proctor, her conversation with John Proctor, and her accusiations at the end. Responce: Abigail is a character with many facets to her personality, as do all the characters in Authur Miller's The Crucible. Her selfiishness, immaturity, and tendancy to spin yarns are all important traits. The traits are all shown during her …showed first 75 words of 561 total…
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…showed last 75 words of 561 total…Hale corners her, she first blames Tituba for the whole thing, then finally gives them what they want. She proclaims that she "danced for the devil", "wrote in his book", and now wants to go "back to the sweet light of Jesus". (Miller 848). As a token of her false good will, she begins to name names. Not only to pass the blame, but also because she was caught in a web of her own making.

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