The Crucible

The Crucible

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  • Should I let Abigail seduce me?... Yes
  • Oh! Proctor I've always thought you were an attractive man
  • Abigail and the girls in the forest practicing witchcraft and voodoo.
  • The real cause of the fear and paranoia comes from Abigail and the other young girls. To avoid punishment for dancing in the woods, drinking blood, and engaging in magic, they begin accusing everyone else. By being the accusers, not one is looking at them
  • Reverand Hale comes to inspect the girls. Tituba is talking about how the devil comes to her. Starts giving names of people she "saw with the devil" to prevent being hanged. The rest of the girls join in and give more names.
  • Reputation
  • Accuser or Accused
  • Traits
  • •17 years old •Reverend Parris's niece •Use to work at the Proctors house •Had an affair with John Proctor •Controls the other girls
  • Abigail is the prime accuser in "The Crucible". It started when she was caught trying to put a spell on Goody Proctor. When she realized that she could gain from giving up names, she did not hold back.
  • Abigails reputation was tarnished when she was dismissed from the Proctor's service. Although, no one knows why, they suspect something. When she begins to accuse people, she is seen as deceptive.
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