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The Effects of Revenge The Crucible makes the reader suspicious confused and angry Revenge the key source to this confusing suspicion develops through the main characters Abigail Williams accuses Elizabeth Proctor and Mary Warren of witchery due to jealousy Giles Corey gets pressed for his land out of covetousness and Mr Parris believes only those who agree with his greedy ways Having known John Proctor it becomes evident that Abigail a 17-year-old orphan is extremely jealous of Johns wife Elizabeth Abigail proceeds to accuse Elizabeth of witchery simply to seek revenge for her jealousy Revealing her insecurities Abigail harshly whispers Never in this world I know you John- you are at this moment singing secret hallelujahs that your wife will hang Miller 143 Abigail is too young and nave to realize the pettiness of the relationship she desires with John While accusing the locals of witchery her accusations begin to catch up with her and Abigail will not be outdone Craven Mary Warren reveals the horrid truth of pretense and lies which will jeopardize her life I cannot lie no more I am with God I am with God Miller 94 her testimony is not so openly accepted by the inexorable Judge Danforth or the ingenuous locals Abigail refuses to lose the pretense of witchcraft in her mind or the love of the anathema she has placed on most of the town She will spend the remainder of her focus in the court seeking revenge on Mary Warrens betrayal Giles Corey is the towns oldest asset Not only is he old and wise but he also is the proud owner of a large bit of land While the greed of the town begins to build all that land starts looking more and more valuable Thomas Putnam will not let it remain in the pride of Giles for very long If Jacobs hangs for a witch he forfeit up his property-thats law And there is none
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