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At the beginning of the play her name is good in the town, but there are romers going around that she is not at good as she might seam. She is also very conrtoling with the group of girls that where in the woods with her. Also she was madly in love with a man that was married and that did not love her back She is vengeful, shelifsh and manipulate. By the end of the play she was lair and she kinda took joy when she was watching people being hanged. The reason she was doing all of this was she was never going to have john love her back so she was taking all of her angre out on everyone else.After john was accused then she relized what she was doing was wrong but it was to late to stop what she was already doing.
In act one abigail says "You loved me, John Proctor, and whatever sin it is, you love me yet! John, pity me, pity me."That quote shows how she loves john and he does not love her.In act three abigail said "Let you beware, Mr. Danforth think to be so mighty that the power of hell may not turn your wits?".She is threating the judge sna trying to scare him. So it does not flip around and she is to blame. One of the lines in act one shows how Abigail blames everyone else,"Mrs Putman enters with Tituba, and instantly abigail points at Tituba".Another line is when she is being accused she "with a weird, wild, chilling cry, screams upto the ceiling. She is acting out so she looks not to blame.
The song that represents abigail is witching hour by venom we choose this because it represents the time period in which abigails wicked ways turned salem upside down, accusing innocent people of witchcraft, and when they where accused. https://www.azlyrics.com/lyrics/inthismoment/witchinghour.html The meaning of the Crucible is an intence test or trial. They named it that because of the accused witches and the extent of there concequences
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