(Paris suppose to been caught Abigail playing with spirits) The vast majority of the characters in The Crucible are lying—if not to other individuals, then to themselves. Abigail lies about her capacity to consider spirits, to be do alternate young ladies; Proctor is misleading first to cheat on his significant other and afterward to hide it; and the judge and lieutenant representative and pastors deceive themselves and every other person in saying that they serve the reason for God's equity.
(The townsfolk practice a form of Christianity centered on a set of clearly defined rules) Notoriety is critical in a town where social standing is attached to one's capacity to take after religious principles. Your great name is the main way you can get other individuals to work with you... then again even get a reasonable hearing.
(Proctor help finds out was whether abigail does which craft) John Proctor, the hero of The Crucible, is in urgent need of pardoning toward the begin of the play... be that as it may, his significant other appears to be torn about whether to allow it. He conferred infidelity before that year while she was wiped out, and however his mate (Abigail Williams) is presently out of his life, Elizabeth still passes judgment on him for it.