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The Despicable Abigail Williams in "The Crucible"

Summary: Abigail Williams is the most despicable character in Arthur Miller's play "The Crucible." Her lies and her other manipulative, vengeful, and unethical actions lead to pain for other characters in the play.
In "The Crucible", written by Arthur Miller, a major character by the name of Abigail Williams is the least intricate to figure out. By observing Abigail's influence on the town of Salem, these characteristics immediately come to mind: telling lies, manipulates her friends, and the entire town. These deceptive accounts that Abigail tells influences the destruction of the Proctor family. Abigail's emotions towards Elizabeth is she wants her death. Since she and John Proctor had an affair. Abigail believes throughout the plot that John Proctor was her only love that the jealousy she had toward Elizabeth would soon come to an end. Abigail is the most despicable character in "The Crucible" because she is extremely manipulative and revengeful by making unethical decisions that led to pain for others.

Abigail Williams uses manipulation as her tool for gaining John Proctor's love. Somehow Abigail uses...

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