William and Mary

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  • How Is Mary Warren Presented In The Crucible

    the witch trials began Marry Warren was an accuser of witchcraft. Marry Warren is an individual who as drawn into the injustice of witch trials. Her views change when Goody Proctor is accused of witch craft. Marry Warren gave Goody Proctor a poppet, “Mary Warren: ‘I made a gift for you today, Goody Proctor. I had to sit long hours in a chair, and passed the time with sewing.’” (Page 1056) the poppet is later to be used against Goody Proctor and make her be a person accused of witchcraft. When…

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  • What Is The Archetypes In The Crucible

    Mary Warren in The Crucible was one of the most complex characters in the book. She was easily influenced by Abigail Williams and the other girls in the novel. Yet, she was the only one who was present controversial dance and did not dance. Mary was undeniably naive and lonely, which allows her to be easily manipulated. Although she tried to repent for her sins, May ultimately succumbed to the peer pressure. She was embodied by three archetypes that specifically represent her character alone.…

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  • Bullying In The Crucible

    Crucible is shown in the court. When Mary is trying to testify, all of the other girls respond, “Girls, raising their fists: Stop it! Mary Warren, utterly confounded and becoming overwhelmed by Abby’s [Abigail’s] utter conviction, starts to whimper” (Miller 116). The word “confounded” relates to the topic of bedazzlement since Mary was not able to control the girls. This demonstrates her losing strength. When Miller writes the word “confounded”, he illustrates that Mary is an example of the…

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  • The Duality Of Human Nature In Mary Shelley's Frankenstein

    Mary Shelly, born of two great minds and much wealth, suffered many different misfortunes. Mary indeed had advantageous knowledge, living and being born from William Godwin, but was no stranger to death. Mary’s mother, Mary Wollstonecraft, died after giving birth to her. This death was not the first to injure Mary Shelly and shape her fate. Many people she knew passed away some by suicide, even her newborn children had died in her arms. Poor Mary was accustomed to the horror of death. She was as…

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  • The Themes Of Self-Preservation And Guilt In The Crucible

    self-preservation and guilt were constant through the whole book. Three characters by the names of Abigail Williams, John Proctor and Parris roles are revolved around these 2 themes. I have picked these three characters to be on the front cover of my movie poster because of not only how much they appear in the book but because of how closely related their character traits are to the main themes. Abigail Williams is the poster child for self-preservation. She…

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  • Dynamic Characters In Mary Warren

    Salem’s Dynamic Mary Warren A dynamic character is defined as one who undergoes significant changes that all contribute to the overall plot of the piece. This serves as why over the course of a novel, play or poem, one may notice the specific transformations of certain characters. In the play The Crucible a specific character who goes by the name of Mary Warren, is a victim of the multitudinous witchcraft accusations. Warren uptakes a pivotal role in the town when it comes to witchcraft and the…

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  • The Role Of Suffering In Mary Shelley's Frankenstein

    people with the most scars become stronger people. In the novel “Frankenstein” by Mary Shelley, a character is forged together with dug up remains by Dr. Victor Frankenstein called “the creation.” Throughout the story the creation gets disrespected by society and even his own creator. This transforms him into a scarred monster who only seeks revenge and romance for one another. In the beginning of the story, Mary Shelley depicts the creations scarred mind with,”I remained during the rest of…

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  • Abigail's Secondary Motive In The Crucible

    revenge, revealing the hypocrisy of the Puritans. Throughout the play, Abigail Williams abuses the court the most by lying ultimately to seek vengeance from Goody Proctor, the wife of the man she loves. Abigail claims Goody Proctor made a voodoo doll of her and stabbed a needle through her stomach. As the reader knows, Abigail is trying to kill Goody Proctor; therefore, it is assumed that Abigail herself made Mary Warren stick the needle in the doll to help frame Goody Proctor. This would be…

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  • The Crucible Abigail Williams Quotes

    Abigail Williams is Parris' niece. She instigates the witch trials by falsely accusing others of witchcraft. She pretends to see spirits and instructs the other girls to pretend as well. Abigail is a devious child. Abigail is the exact opposite of Elizabeth. Abigail represents the repressed desires sexual and material that all of the adults possess. The difference is that Abigail does not suppress her desires. She finds herself attracted to Proctor while working in the Proctor home,,…

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  • The Influence Of Romanticism In Frankenstein By Mary Shelley

    Would Romanticism affect your form of writing? The Romantic Era influenced Mary Shelley and her writing by taking her writing one step further. This caused many literary forms to be created in this time period. In the Romantic Period, poetry was considered the most important genre, but they focused more on “gothic tales and sciences”. Also, the number of people that could read drastically changed heavily during this time period. The expression “Romantic” gained currency and had an expression…

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