The Crucible Essay | Student Essay

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The Crucible

Summary: Discusses how the evil nature in the characters of Abby, Parris, and Mrs. Putnam eventually causes them to turn bad in the novel "The Crucible" by Arthur Miller.
Parris has a selfish agenda, which results in being evil. Parris lies so that he looks good and tries to downplay how bad the situation is. He does this because he wants his image to remain good in the village. He thinks that people might think badly of him because he cannot control his daughter or his niece. Parris says ."..I never found any of them naked..." (Miller 97). Earlier Parris says ."..I saw a dress lying on the grass"(10). Parris lies because later he realizes how serious the whole situation became and how it might damage his name because of his family's actions in it. Parris waits to tell that Abby is gone and stole his money, so that she could make a clean get away and hopefully be out of his life. It is also suspicious that she left after the witch trials and even took his...

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