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  • Yes, I admit. I committed adultery with Abigail... 
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  • I have to leave. I must get out of here now!
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  • 1: No other gods 2: I'm not an idol 3: Don't use God's name in vain 4: Observe the Sabbath 5: Honor your mother and father 6: Shall not murder 7: Shall not steal 8: Shall not bear false witness 9: Shall not covet 10:????....
  • One character in the crucible is John. He is known for his honesty, uprightness and blunt words and overall being a great man. An example of his honesty and good character is in court when he confesses to his affair in order to protect his wife. 
  • Dramatic Irony Example
  • She dissatisfied me!
  • One character in the crucible is Abigail. She is known for being selfish, synclinal and manipulative. An example for this when she flees town after being accused as she fears being confronted. 
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  • She used witchcraft!! 
  • One example of dramatic irony in the crucible is when Hale asks John to recite the Ten Commandments and he can't recite all of them.  Elizabeth must complete the list by citing the prohibition against adultery. This is ironic because that is the one commandment he is guilty of. 
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  • My daughter does not partake in this witchcraft nonsense you guys are talking about!!!!
  • One example of dramatic irony in the crucible is when Elizabeth is testifying. She is unaware John had already confessed to the judge the truth about his affair with Abigail. So when Elizabeth is asked by the judge why she fired Abigail she said: "She dissatisfied me". Had she had told the truth her name would have been clear
  • One theme in the crucible is the tearing apart of a community through hysteria. An example of this is when Abigail accuses Elizabeth of witchcraft in hopes of sending her to jail because she is in love with John.
  • One theme in the crucible is the idea of reputation and keeping their reputation good. An example of this is when Parris fears that Abigail’s increasingly questionable actions, and the hints of witchcraft surrounding his daughter’s coma, will threaten his reputation and force him from the pulpit
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