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The Crucible Essay

Summary: Reviews the characters in "The Crucible."
Although Abigail always tries to protect her purity, her underneath motive is to blame everyone else to make herself an innocent girl. For example, when being asked about the witchcraft by Reverend Hale, Abigail tries to say that she is "a good girl", "a proper girl" (43). Her apprehension makes her want to keep away from the witchcraft. She doesn't want anymore trouble besides all the sins she has made. Being asked so much by Hale, Abigail turns out to blames Tituba: "She makes me drinks blood" (43). Abigail blames others and makes herself more like a victim than a suspect. With her capacity of dissembling, she can easily cover all her faults and sins. Abigail seems to be the least complex character in the Crucible because her motive is so obvious.

Though Reverend John Hale seems to be a hero when he puts all his experiences about the...

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