The Crucible Essay | Revenge in "The Crucible"

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Revenge in "The Crucible"

Summary: Essay deals with how revenge played a large part in the play "The Crucible" written by Arthur Miller.
Arthur Miller's play The Crucible is about the persecution of innocent people who were falsely accuses of being witches in Salem Massachusetts, in 1692. Many people in the village were killed after a series of lies and unjust practices occurred, due to the social structures of society and the confusion that existed upon the townspeople. The doors now opened for all of the towns' people to express their hatred toward their neighbors that they could not express before due to a stricter society. Seek revenge against society, enemies and also neighbors because they are jealous towards each other.

Abigail's power looms so strong over Elizabeth that Abigail feels she needs to conjure lies in hopes to eventually get Elizabeth arrested and prosecuted. Abigail is very spiteful of Elizabeth because she has married the man that she loves and forced her out of her house as her servant...

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