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The exposition is the beginning of the play when Abigail is confronted by Parris.Through this it is discovered that Parris saw the girls with Tituba dancing in the forest which spurs the townspeople's accusation of witchcraft.
The Conflict In the play are the accusations on innocent peoples, Portraying them as devilish witches.
The rising action is the scene in which Abigail and Betty first begin to accuse others of witchcraft. The start of the witch-hunts is the rising action because it is the catalyst for story progression.
The climax In The Crucible it is the scene in which Proctor, our protagonist, is accused of witchcraft by, Mary Warren. Mary was Proctor and Elizabeth's one hope to stop the girls from continuing the witch-hunts by confessing that their visions and accusations were all false.
The falling action in The Crucible, is Hale's plea with Proctor to sign testifying that he himself is a witch while also convicting six other prisoners of witchcraft.
Proctor is willing to accept death rather than live in falsehood. Proctor is unwilling to transfer his own guilt and his unwillingness to sign his own name and jeopardize his identity. Proctor is able to come to realization of what it truly means to be honorable and have a good reputation.
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