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How can a troubled young girl escape from situations she started In Arthur Millers The Crucible the plot is based on situations brought up by Abbys sniveling sneaky ways Her lies caused much of the chaos in Salem She dug her own pit of troubles Abigail is a liar leader and is bossy Many times during the story Abby told numerous lies She comes to me every night to go and drink blood Miller 847 is one of Abigails lies She told the village that Tituba forced her to drink the blood and participate in the witchcraft She forced a needle in her stomach to make it look like there was witchcraft truly going on in the village Her affair with John Proctor only made things worse It was one reason why John Proctors life was taken in the end Abigails lying sniveling and bossy ways did not help her at all As she continued to stretch the truth conflicts and disputes were never settled In the story Abby says to Betty Better you never say that again Miller 837 This just proves how bossy Abigail is By the end of the story she ran away from the situations she started in Salem Obviously Abigail was one of the main causes of the disputes in Salem She was the ringleader of everything that went on She explains what she wants and makes sure that everything goes her way In the story shes very assertive toward her peers when she tells them what she wants them to say to the other villagers Also she threatens them to make sure they follow Abigails guidelines One example of this is when Abby demands to her peers Now look all of you Let either of you breathe a word Miller 837 Although Abigail had leadership skills she still remained a big problem in Salem Abby was a very pushy and bossy girl who tended to stretch the truth and
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