The Crucible Abigail Williams Responsibility

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The capability of taking personal responsibility is not something inert inside of us. It is something we must learn and mature over the years. It is hard for us to deal with the consequences of taking responsibility, and thus, we are forced to deal with different repercussions. In the play The Crucible, Abigail Williams has repeatedly failed to take responsibility for her actions. Instead, Abigail accuses others profusely, doing outrageous things to take the suspicion away from her. Abigail’s manipulative personality allows her to control the people around her, influencing how the townspeople think and act. Abigail William’s obsession with control and power ultimately steers the town of Salem towards chaos. The calculating nature of Abigail

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