She wants me dead. I knew all week it would come to this!
BY: GUADALUPE HERRERA
Mary Warren: Aye, sir.
Danforth: Ah? And the other girls? Susanna Walcott, and—the others? They are also pretending?
In this picture, Abigail is screaming saying that she wants to go with her mother. However, this shows that she is dishonest. Before she decides that she wanted to jump out the window, she pretended to go into a heavy sleep and possessed. On the other hand, when she runs up next to the window, we know it was all just a huge lie.
Abigail is one of the main characters that contributed to the conflict of the play. Her affair with Proctor made her become obsessed with him and now is ruining his life. She won't leave him alone even though Proctor is done with her. Now Abigail is doing everything she can to get John to herself. As you can see in the quote, she wants to get rid of Elizabeth for performing witchcraft.
A complication that contributes to the conflict is when Mary Warren tells the judge that Elizabeth is innocent and that the rest of the girls are lying.
In the end, John Proctor ended up dying even though he confessed to a crime he did not commit. I would say that the conflict didn't get resolved because he ended up dying and Elizabeth was still in the jail. Abigail didn't get in trouble so justice was not done. However, Proctor did not want to give the signed papers because he knew it was enough that he already said it out loud.