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Essay | The Crucible and the Power of Falsehood

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The Crucible and the Power of Falsehood

Summary: Discusses the Arthur Miller play, The Crucible. Describes how the power of falsehood in the play is greatly shown throughout the book in three examples.
The power of falsehood in the crucible is greatly shown throughout the book in three examples. The fact that Abigail wanted john proctor and the things she lied about to try and get him. Also, how everyone was afraid of that their name would become bad. last, lying can be a good thing in some ways.

First, the fact that Abigail wanted john proctor and the things she lied about to try and get him. One thing Abigail did was she loved john proctor so much she told the people of Salem that tichtuba was making her drink blood and do witchcraft. Then she said Elizabeth john's wife was a witch which led to her almost being hanged, but what saved her was she was pregnant. Also Abigail sticking the needle in the doll that Mary warren gave to Elizabeth, hen Abigail stabbing...

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