The Crucible Essay | Vengeful Accusations

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Vengeful Accusations

Summary: Essay discusses the false accusations made by the children in the novel "The Crucible" by Arthur Miller.
Are you willing to give you life rather than confess to something you didn't do? A lot of people in Arthur Millers book The Crucible died for refusing to confess to something that they didn't do. The book is about a girl named Abigail Williams who accuses some of the people in her town, Salem Massachusetts, of being witches and working for the devil. The Crucible teaches us how we should behave or not behave to support an ethical and just society by telling a story of how people were hung just by having one person accuse them of wrongdoing without any evidence. It shows that the theological justice system was not doing a good job and it resulted in many unnecessary deaths.

The character in the book that accused the people was Abigail Williams. She was caught in the woods performing a weird ritual with some of...

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