The Crucible Essay | Character Analysis: Abigail Williams

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Character Analysis: Abigail Williams

Summary: This essay is a character analysis of Abigail Williams, who is a main character in the playwright, "The Crucible" written by Arthur Miller.
In the play The Crucible, written by Arthur Miller, Abigail Williams is a very manipulative, seductive, and dishonest person. She is constantly caught up in a lie or is in the presence of trying to manipulate a person or a group of people. She is accused in the Salem witch trials of being a witch herself, along with many other women and men. Most of the women and men that were accused of witchcraft had Abigail to thank. Although her lies can be persuasive at times, it does not get her where she wants to be.

Abigail Williams has many distinctive traits in this story. One of the most obvious in the first act is her flirtatiousness and her love for John Proctor. In Act one, scene four, Abigail says to John, " Give me a word, John. A soft word." She is trying to get John...

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