The Crucible Character Analysis

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In The Crucible, the author, Arthur Miller wrote the play to scrutinize the Salem witch trials that were held in Salem, Massachusetts in 1962. During the trials you can grasp an understanding as to how it is breaking families apart, and messing up relationships with each character. However; John would not let that happen with his wife Elizabeth. Even Though they went through many struggles during the witch trials that never seemed to stop them from trying to make their relationship stronger. As the trial continues to go on, you tend to notice the good and evil in most of the characters, because they will do anything to not be accused and hung for witchcraft. To elaborate, I believe that many characters have a good and evil morality, but not all characters show a good way of hiding it even though they try. During those witch trials you would see many of the villagers true colors and how they really act when things do not go there way. Based on the ideas of The Crucible, I was lead to believe that Abigail was more towards the evil side of the morality play, but many people may have their disagreements. Abigail would ominous all of the other girls, she even threatened Judge Danforth, but people did not think anything of it. Other’s think that it is because she is a scared little girl who needs empathy from others; She does not know how to handle the situation. Abigail disputed towards the girls, “Let either of you breathe a word, or the edge of a word, about the other things,

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