The crucible grudges and personal rivalries
Abigail Williams is the niece of Reverend Parris.
Reverend Parris is the towns Reverend. Thus, the Putnams not only strike a blow against the Nurse family but also gain some measure of twisted satisfaction for the tragedy of seven stillbirths. At this point, Proctor faces a new dilemma and wrestles with his conscience over whether to save himself from the gallows with a confession to a sin that he did not commit.
The crucible study
The constant mistrust and tension between citizens and their religious leader creates an unstable society where something like the Witchcraft Trials can take place. D Abigail was having an affair withJohn Proctor. A He tells the court about his affair with her. Mil let's novel The Crucible looks at another time in American history when personal grudges and uneasiness in society led to false persecution: The Salem Witch Trials. Arthur Miller portrays Abigail Williams in this manner to shock the audience by presenting Abigail Williams as an outcast compared to all the other women in the village. She also sent nineteen innocent people to death. Analyze Reverend Parris. Abigail is attracted to John Proctor, a man that in the Salem society is a dangerous man and is to be afraid of. Yes Sorry, something has gone wrong. When Mary Warren testifies against them, what do Abigail and her troop of girls do? Miller suggests that the conflict between good and evil is a timeless conflict and that it's important for individuals to have a strong moral centre and uphold their personal integrity. Whereas others once reproached her for her adultery, she now has the opportunity to accuse them of the worst sin of all: devil-worship.
Economic context Increasing family size fuelled disputes over land between neighbours and within families, such as those between Thomas Putnam and Giles Corey. Their society was ruled by religion and was very rigid.
They also believe they could only work and pray; that the Universe was centred on God; and that man was sinful and corrupt but thankfully saved by God. Once shunned and scorned by the respectable townsfolk who had heard rumours of her affair with John Proctor, Abigail now finds that she has clout, and she takes full advantage of it.
Rep Author: Eva Dockery.
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