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In The Crucible by Arthur Miller and Frankenstein by Mary Shelley the value of bystanders lives is well beneath all personal achievements and gain resulting in greedy and jealous motivations for inequity while the downfall of others inflict and strengthen undeserved power leading to their own destruction Arthur Miller uncovers Abigail Williams motivations throughout this era as selfish and purely for self-gain Accusing innocent people and encouraging the rest of the girls to accuse others when they were the only ones involved with any sort of witchcraft they sent hundreds to their death sentence without any remorse or a second thought This shows that she ignores the value of anyones life that may stand in her way of protecting her own life and replacing Elizabeth Proctors place as Johns wife Abigail has no empathy for the accused tried tortured and hung because of her greed and jealous-filled motivations While Abigail once the accused now becomes the accuser her position is strengthened to the point of total control in the court The people are left completely powerless and brought to their knees begging and pleading to stop the madness in Salem Massachusetts Abbys manipulative and devious ways also put her in control over John and Elizabeth Proctor After separating them mentally after Abby and John commit lechery Abby continues to threaten their marriage by finally going to the extremes and accuses Elizabeth and sends her to jail and to be tried in court which separates them physically Victor Frankenstein is another main character from the novel Frankenstein who shows motivations and want of power for pure self-gain and personal achievement His greed leads him to take for granted his entire family When others mention anything of their pain and suffering Victor is not shy when he expresses his disbelief because he believes that he has it worse than anyone shows that even when his family is hurting worrying and being killed by the monster he created
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