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It is a play with tremendous feelings with many inside twists hidden in the archives of the true story It is a play with emotional feelings feelings of anger hate evil manipulation good and pureness It is the The Crucible In the play Arthur Miller develops the idea that powerfully held beliefs direct peoples behaviour Abigail Williams who accuses others to escape from punishment Mary Warren who chooses to lie to keep herself out of trouble and John Proctor who chooses to sacrifice his life to save the lives of other innocent peopleArthur Miller develops Abigail Williams as an evil character She tempts Proctor into lechery and come its illegal acts which all are against the Puritan religion To escape punishment for dancing she deflects the actions and blames them on someone else and does not care how many lives she destroys Later when she grows into power and influence she seems to enjoy sending these innocent people their deaths She also uses evil actions disguised as good by admitting who was with the devil She sends her spirit on me in church she makes me laugh at prayer P44 Obviously the people she accuses are actually innocent but she has the ability to manipulate Judge Danforth into believing that she is doing the right thing and telling the truthMary Warrens intentions at the beginning of the story were to do good and justice But she sees that when she is in trouble she also needs someone to deflect the punishment on This greed results in her saying that John Proctor was associated with Satan and that he possessed her and made her do all of wrong actions You are the Devils man Ill not hang with you I love God I love GodP118 Her intentions were first good but then her actions turned into evil just like Abigail WilliamsJohn Proctor is the protagonist in the play He is a hero at the end of
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