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It was a play with tremendous feelings with many inside twists hidden in the archives of the true story It was a play with emotional feelings feelings of anger hate and evil yet feelings of manipulation good and pureness It was the Crucible A fireball of guilt evil and good compiled into one magnification The Crucible Good versus Evil The play contained many scenarios of good versus evil and the characters who generally possessed these feelings and intentions But it must be understood t hat there were the intentions the incentives and then the actions taken out on a person or a group of people Every character could either be placed in the intentions under good or bad intentions Aft er that almost every character has mixed feelings of evil or good actions The fight between the centre of evil and the centre of good is the foremost important of the points Abigail Williams is the nucleus of all evil in the story Sh e is the one who triggers off this sense of hate in the play She tempts Proctor into lechery and comm its unlawful 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 ruins La ter when she grows into power and influence she seems to enjoy sending these innocent peopl e their deaths She takes pleasure in her lies and thrives on the attention and power that th ey bring her All these are the aspects of being the evil character Power attention and acts of w rongful doing Therefore she can be labelled with being the evil character in the novel She uses evi l actions disguised as good by admitting who was with the devil Of course the people she accuses a re actually innocent but she has the ability to manipulate
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