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Abigail Williams at the Play The Crucible by Arthur Miller Abigail Williams may be seen in 2 ways. She can be seen as an aggressor or as a victim. A good illustration of her within a aggressor is in action one where she's threatens the women,"Let both of you breathe a wordâ$¦ and I will come to you at the black of some horrible night and I will bring a pointy reckoning that will shudder you." An illustration of her as a victim can also be in act one when she explains how she believes that she had been used as a servant by Goody Proctor, "She hates me, uncle, she has to, for I wouldn't be her servant." The play begins with Reverend Parris' Betty lying on a bed apparently unconscious. Reverend Parris considers that she has been doing out witchcraft. Abigail Williams enters the space. Abigail Williams admits to dance round a fire from the forests but she says that it was not witchcraft. I think that this can be the start of her own lies. Later on in the play admits to witchcraft. This is the first item of proof that we've, that she's a liar and therefore an aggressor. Abigail Williams doesn't want to get associated with the unknown because many of the village inhabitants were afraid of the unknown and also anyone that had connections with acts of witchcraft would have been folks to avoid. An instance of this is when Abigail blames Tituba, who's an outsider from the West Indies, together with the quotation, "We chased and Tituba conjured." Tituba is easy to blame since most folks will agree that Tituba is a possible suspect to commit witchcraft. Abigail Williams has long had an affair with John Proctor ahead of the play has started. She uses this event to blackmail John and then accus...