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The Crucible (Abigail Williams)

About Abigail Williams and Conflicts
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casey vitanza

on 23 February 2011

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Abigail Williams Motives: Abigail has jealousy and wants revenge on Elizabeth because she is with John and she is not. Elizabeth also knows about her and John so she wants to get rid of Elizabeth. External Conflict: Internal Conflicts: Abigail is an orphan and an unmarried girl; she thus occupies a low rung on the Puritan Salem social ladder (the only people below her are the slaves, like Tituba, and social outcasts) She feels that she needs to be the center of attention because she is so low in the community that she wants to be known, She lies and does crazy stuff to protect her identity. She wants to have a good name in the community. Ever since Abigail's brief affair with John Proctor, she's been out to get his wife, Elizabeth. Our crafty villain convinced Tituba to put a curse on Elizabeth, hoping to get rid of her and take her place at John's side. ABIGAIL, with a bitter anger: Oh, I marvel how such a strong man may let such a sickly wife be-
PROCTOR, angered-at himself as well: You'll speak nothin' of Elizabeth!
ABIGAIL: She is blackening my name in the village! She is telling lies about me! She is a cold, sniveling woman, and you bend to her! Let her turn you like a-
PROCTOR, shaking her: Do you look for whippin' Quotes: Though Abigail pretends she’s angry at Elizabeth Proctor for damaging her reputation, the more powerful emotion is envy of Elizabeth for her marriage to John Proctor. Here she resorts to petty name-calling in order to cast doubt in John’s mind.
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