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A Character Essay on Abigail Williams from "The Crucible"

Summary: Discusses how the character of Abigail Williams, in the novel "The Crucible" by Arthur Miller, was a sociopath.
A sociopath is affected with a personality disorder marked by an antisocial behavior. There are many people who have mental problems that make them operate differently. In The Crucible by Arthur Miller there are lots of different personalities to Abigail Williams. Abby is a sociopath.

Abby is a sociopath on page twenty. After Abby and Parris have a conversation about what went on in the woods the night Betty became unconscious, Abby had a talk with the girls who were involved. The other girls were getting really scared that the adults would find out what really happened, so they all wanted to tell the truth. But since Abby was the one who drank the blood, and wanted Goody Proctor out of Mr. Proctor's life for good, she wouldn't let the girls tell. She told the girls "I can make you wish...

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