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  • Abigail's Vengeance In The Crucible

    Crucible by Arthur Miller takes place during the time of the Salem Witch Trial in Massachusetts. In the trials, many innocent people are being accused of being a witch by bunch of girls hiding a secret of their leader, Abigail Williams. Throughout the story, Abigail Williams wants revenge on Goody Proctor because of her jealousy toward her husband, John Proctor which would lead into using too much her power. Before the play starts, Abigail had an affair with John Proctor. Her desire to have…

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  • Differences Of Isis, The Black Madonna, Madonna And Child, And The Virgin Mary?

    Part One: Question 1 While researching Isis, the Black Madonna, Madonna and Child, and the Virgin Mary I was amazed by all of their stories. I was a little baffled by the similarities that I found in my research. Looking at Isis, I was extremely amazed at everything with her. I had never heard of her, so when researching I was fascinated by it all. Isis was an Egyptian goddess. Isis was seen as such a beauty an independent goddess, and a mother. Her name means Queen of the throne or female of…

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  • Mary Warren In The Crucible '

    Mary Warren is one of the characters that change the most throughout the text due to the specific events that occur around her. At the beginning, she accepts being whipped because they knew that witchery was a hanging error but Abigail’s threats and throwing blame around eventually causes Mary Warren and the other girls to join in on the blame. Mary Warren, however, tries to remain objective to her service family, which is seen when she denies the conviction claims of Elizabeth Proctor, shown…

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  • Frankenstein Gothic Theme

    Parker Bain Mrs. Schroder English IV 28 November 2016 Gothic Themes in Frankenstein Known as one of the most popular gothic novels of its time, Frankenstein by Mary Shelley has various types of eerie vibes. There are many different examples of the gothic theme in this story. “Gothic is known as an English genre of fiction popular in the 18th to early 19th centuries, characterized by an atmosphere of mystery and horror and having a pseudo-medieval setting.” (Dictionary). In the book, there are…

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  • Theme Of Treature In Mary Shelley's Frankenstein

    In the novel Frankenstein, Mary Shelley writes as the creature, “My heart was fashioned to be susceptible of love and sympathy, and when wrenched by misery to vice and hatred, it did not endure the violence of the change without torture such as you can not even imagine.” This quote reveals how the monster’s malevolence is a result of nurture and humanity’s harsh treatment of him. In Frankenstein, Mary Shelley portrays humanity in a negative light because humans ostracize and oppress the creature…

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  • Mary Warren In The Crucible

    several characters in Miller’s The Crucible, including John Proctor, Abigail Williams, and Mary Warren, are willing to take several different although equally drastic measures to protect their own name. In Act I of The Crucible it quickly…

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  • Electricity And Power In Frankenstein

    Mary Shelley 's Frankenstein was inspired by the works of Benjamin Franklin combined with tragedy in her own life. Benjamin Franklin’s work with electricity only 66 years earlier had filled society with excitement over the possibilities for its uses, including the potential to re-animate the dead. Mary Shelley 's past was filled with death; losing three children, a stepsister, and her mother. Victor Frankenstein combined these two influences to fight death with electricity, and brought…

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  • How Does Abigail Occur In The Crucible

    Abigail helped Occur “You have been created in order that you might make a difference. You have within you the power to change the world.” is a quote by Andy Andrews. In the tragic play “The Crucible” by Arthur Miller there is a girl named Abigail Williams. Abigail made many events occur by the actions she took. She had many past events in her life that influenced her behavior, but none of the events can pardon her from the choices she made. In Salem Abigail starts the witch trial. This…

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  • The Crucible Movie Analysis

    town of Salem all started being paranoid, and because of the already rigorous society people lived in, the mentality of civilians were not stable any longer.9 Mass hysteria majorily affects main characters including Abigail WIlliams, Mary Warren, and Tituba. Abigail Williams was a very jealous woman, wanting to always get back at people for their mistakes.10 The hysteria majorily played a role into her life and the people that she accused of witchcraft. She has sent a shocking number of people…

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  • Abigail Williams Jealousy

    In the play The Crucible by Arthur Miller each of the main characters played a role in causing the events that occurred. Abigail Williams and John Proctors affair was probably one of the biggest reasons for the events that occurred in Salem during the year 1692. In The Crucible it was Abigail Williams’s flaws – Dishonesty, Jealousy, and Lust – that led her to be most responsible for the tragedy of the witch-hunt in Salem. Abigail showed dishonesty by saying that Elizabeth Proctor always kept…

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