Her domination is demonstrated physically and verbally. Physically, she slaps Betty on the face when Betty accuses her not confessing drinking blood and desiring to kill Elizabeth. Verbally, Abigail threatens the girls, “Now look at you. All of you. We danced.
John denies Abigail saying that it will never happen because he loves his wife. Their relationship isn’t the strongest but love is there. This so called love drives Abigail to accuse Johns wife of witchcraft so that she is to be hanged for committing sins against the bible. She thinks that killing Johns wife would make him love her even though John has told her otherwise so many times already. Her actions actually hurt John greatly throughout the story.
Next, she is in denial she still believes that john proctor still loves her that he still cares for her. She says this in a creepy tone, “You loved me John Proctor, and whatever sin it, you love me yet” (146). Her morals are all confused not caring for the sins that she has committed is the exact opposite of hoe they raised their children something is just wrong. Lastly, she is willing to kill anybody who stands between her especially Goody Proctor, John Proctors wife; also the other girls that she leads in a messed up cult. She says this as if she were the reaper herself, “let either of you breathe a word, or an edge of a word, about the other things and I will come to you in the black of some terrible night and pierce you” (144).
The Witch says she will kill Aslan instead of Edmund as they agreed. This sacrifice will appease the Deep Magic. The Witch, however, explains that once Aslan is dead there will be nothing to prevent her from killing Edmund, as well as the other three children. Once Aslan is gone, the Witch will be Queen of Narnia forever. Lucy and Susan cover their eyes so they do not see the Witch murder
Mama notes how nice and wavy the ground looks, intentionally to impress Dee. Reflecting her own thoughts as Maggie’s, she tells how Maggie will be nervous until her sister leaves. Mama says, “she will stand hopelessly in the corners and shamed…She thinks her sister has always held life in the palm of one hand, that no is a word the world would never say to her.” (Walker). Leaving the reader to not know how Maggie really feels about Dee at all. Mama daydreams of meeting on a T.V.
How does Miller create dislike for Abigail in ‘’The Crucible’’? Abigail Williams is a very demanding and arrogant seventeen year old girl who does not fit into the freedom deprived Puritan society in which the play is set. Abigail’s idea of fun is to cause havoc and mayhem and gets pleasure in seeing others suffer. An obvious example being the trouble she causes between the Proctors, by trying to make John Proctor turn against his wife Elizabeth Proctor, since she had an affair with him. Throughout the play, Miller portrays her as someone who will go to extreme measures to get her own way.
All the girls are in the room, while Betty is laying there inert, Mary Warren tells Abby, “…We’ve got to tell… Witchery’s a hangin’ error-we must tell the truth! You’ll only be whipped for dancin’, and other things” (147). Abigail is realizing how much trouble she is going to get into. So she decides to lie, so that the village wouldn’t find out she made a charm to kill Goody Proctor. The girls are still in the room contemplating on what they’re going to do, Abigail tells the girls, “Now look you.
When Abigail cries for heaven, Proctor is infruriated and grabs her by the hair: " Whore! Whore!" He realises he must confess his sin of lechery. Any respect he had would diminish so we see how far he is willing to go. Shame-faced, he tells the judges: " I have known her."
Although Anna plans to run to Mompellion for help, she is struck to the ground and is powerless to stop the mob hanging Anys. Before she dies Anys claims to have had sex with the devil and asserts that many of the village women have done likewise. Mompellion arrives, too late, and tells the assembled villagers that the real work of the devil is what they themselves have done in killing an innocent woman. He cause them to repent their actions. Key quote: “You are a good mother, Anna Frith ...