Not So Innocent: "The Crucible" by Arthur Miller.
For most people, with the word "Puritanism" comes the idea of modesty, a strong belief in God and Jesus, purity, and living according to the Bible. However, in Arthur Miller's play "The Crucible", despite the fact that teenaged Abigail Williams lives in a Puritan household, she proves to be deceitful and vain. Literary critic Wendy Schissel suggests that Abigail could not have been capable of seducing John Proctor, a married man whom she has had an affair with, because she had not been exposed to any sexuality as a Puritan girl. However, throughout the play, Abigail not only participate…
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