.Lisa has taken several assessments scored very high in each one this young lady is very outgoing and assertive. She has a very enthusiastic personality which is positive for the organization. .This young lady is considered an asset o the company .She brings her skills and experience to the organization and adds to the characteristics of the job and that makes it easier for the manager to manage the employees. She is a team player but prefers to work alone. .Lisa is committed to great job performance.
She shows that she is determined by trying her best to condemn Elizabeth Proctor to death just to be with her husband John Proctor. She threatens to death any girl who goes against her revealing that she is extremely controlling. Abigail is also a very dishonest person because she steals all of her Uncle Reverend Parris money, leaving him penniless. This also shows that she is ungrateful because he took her in, and now does this to him. This quote “[…] Let either of you breathe a word and I will come to you in the black of some terrible night and I will bring a pointy reckoning that will shudder you.” Shows her desperation and truly violent mind while she tries to control the mistake she’s made, but to control this mistake she must control those around her who know of it.
It then blows up in her face that she did not get what she wanted simply because Proctor did not want her. She then discovers that in a different town they had said that the witch trials were useless and wrong, she left the town stealing from her uncle; “My daughter tells me how she heard them speaking of ships last week,
Lewis, Mrs. Harper, Don Crane, Helen Crane, Linda, Dave, and all of the other minor characters in town. Conflict: The conflict of Shirley Jackson's "The possibility of Evil" is that the town Ms. Strangeworth lives in seems a bit in depression. We later find out the cause for this is Ms. Strangeworth because she is sending hurtful letters to the people who live in the little town. Her letter are based on gossip the town's people talk about. The conflict is later resolved when the town's people figure out that it was Ms.Strangeworth writing those hurtful letters and in return we assume they destroy her most cherish possession- her rose garden.
"I don't tell the truth. I tell what out to be the truth. And if that is sinful, then let me be damned for it. Discuss the dramatic importance of Blanche's lies to the play. In A Streetcar Named Desire, the main character Blanche DuBois is a character that is shaped and damaged by her experiences and her past, therefore using lies and deceit to try and fix her life from the downward tumble it was taking.
This vindictive hatred from Abigail soon prompts a witch hunt involving many innocent people: “Twelve have already hanged for the same crime.” While many panics, John Procter knows this from the start ; “this is a whore’s vengeance”. He tersely identifies the main cause for the witch trials to be directly linked with a spurned lover, who has become disemployed by Procter after having a brief extra-marital affair with her. Still overwhelmed with lustful feelings for John Procter, Abigail decides to manipulate the situation by accusing innocent people of witchcraft, to achieve her own revengeful goal. Abigail is not the only one who takes advantage of the witch trials, to accomplish their revenge. Thomas and Ann Putnam, as a resentful and greedy couple, will take it out on anyone who has caused them trouble.
Ellador is Gilman’s ideal woman. Ellador is a character full of personality. By ideal Gilman means Ellador combines in her character traits of purity and intellect. She is soft natured. Ellador is athletic and curious about the world around her, she is hard working.
The cause of the conflict, his sin of lechery with Abigail destroys his very belief in his own integrity, ‘he is a sinner, a sinner not only against the moral fashion of the time but against his own vision of decent conduct’. The potential for growth is inherent in any theatre of conflict. But that growth can only happen where there is courage and humility and an unswerving commitment to truth. When Elizabeth Proctor is arrested and taken to jail and charged with witchcraft her husband is finally forced to go to Salem to openly declare his adultery in order to discredit Abigail. At this point, there is an almost palpable sense of relief for Proctor, ‘we are as we always were, but naked now, and G-d’s icy wind does blow’, as if something impeding his potential for growth has had last been
Despite her being lonely with only Pearl by her side, Hester somehow finds her inner strength to defy not only the local people in her town but also the local government. Her strength becomes stronger and shows throughout the story, specifically when she interviews with Roger Chillingworth and Governor Bellingham. Her determination and confidence are repeated again when she confronts Governor Bellingham about custody of her daughter Pearl. When Governor Bellingham tells her that he is going to take Pearl away from her, she says, “God gave me the child. He gave her, in requital of all things else, which ye had taken from me.
The final line “Who could not say, ‘Tis pity she’s a whore?” can be seen as directed towards her and so she is blamed for everything that has occurred. Throughout the play she is seen as quite powerful and headstrong by refusing many marriage proposals and being quite stubborn in doing so. However, she is reduced to a weak being however upon dying which is a culmination of her passions. It is perceived that women are a danger to men and to society as a whole and so Giovanni’s actions are to be blamed not on himself, but on Annabella because of the beauty she possesses. Giovanni states that Annabella’s “lips would tempt a saint” thus showing the corruption her presence inflicts upon even the supposed innocent of men.