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Abigail's Wicked Quest

Summary: The Crucible, by Arthur Miller depicts the immense, irreversible effect a small group of girls can burden on the honest and ordinary town of Salem, Massachusetts. The manipulative leader of this malignant clan is Abigail Williams, a "strikingly beautiful" seventeen year-old girl. Abigail's deceitful, demanding and vengeful personality allow her to manipulate the poor victims of Salem.
In many cases, a single group of people can cause an outrageous catastrophe among a typical, normal society. In one incident, The Crucible, by Arthur Miller depicts the immense, irreversible effect a small group of girls can burden on the honest and ordinary town of Salem, Massachusetts. The manipulative leader of this malignant clan is Abigail Williams, a "strikingly beautiful" seventeen year-old girl. Abigail's deceitful, demanding and vengeful personality allow her to manipulate the poor victims of Salem.

Abigail's deceitfulness helps her gain control of the Salem citizens. Abigail constantly lies to the court as she is being asked to tell the truth. Abigail says, "I have been hurt... I have seen my blood runnin' out! I have been near to murdered every day because I done my duty pointing out the Devil's people- and this is my reward? To be mistrusted, denied, questioned..." Abigail is obviously...

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