Abigail's Monologue In The Crucible

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“ Now look you all of you we danced, and Tituba conjured Ruth Putnam’s dead sisters. And that is all. And mark this, let either of you breathe a word or the edge of a word about the other things, and I will come to you in the black of some night and I will bring a pointy reckoning that will shudder you.” Abigail asked Tituba to send spirits to kill Elizabeth Proctor so her and John proctor will be together. Parris, Abigail’s uncle questioned her about what were they doing in the woods the other other night, she told him that they were just dancing and that was all. When Parris and reverend Hale asked Abigail and the girls what had happened, Abigail got nervous and blamed Tituba, the girls followed her footsteps because they knew…show more content…
Abigail is the most responsible for their deaths because of her dishonest ways and she let’s her jelousness take over, which is why she blamed innocent people for her actions. Abigail made the wrong choice to work her way out of the situation. Abigail demonstrates that she is the blame to the judges, Mr Danforth and 3 other, also Rev. Parris. Mr Danforth asked abigail that the spirits she’s been seeing were just an illusion. Abigail replied to Mr. Danforth that she’s done her duty, pointing out the devils people. Abigail never takes responsibilities for herself, she has a situation when she want’s something really bad she will do anything to get it. This wasn’t the only reason in which Abigail William was the most to blame. she reveals her true self in Act three when she convence to Mr. Danforth that their was a yellow bird in the courthouse with them and said it was Mary Warren’s spirit trying to kill her and the girls. Rev Hale asked Abigail many questions, but all she told him were lies and said that she was doing God’s work to point out all the people that was doing bad in the whole town. Sarah Good and Elizabeth Proctor wasn’t the only one Abigail had chosen to think they was the most to

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