The crucible, Arthur Miller wrote the play The Crucible, using the 17th-century case of witch trials and fictionalizing it to comment on a 20th-century phenomenon the hunting of communists as if they were witches. McCarthy develops the play quite briskly and focuses the trials all around, Abigail Williams. McCarthy makes the crucible dramatic by creating dramatic actions which involves Abigail. She’s one of the main characters in the crucible. She lies, twists stories which becomes a big issue in a little village where nothing interesting ever happens. The main characters in this play such as the ministers and the proctors are well developed.
Their personalities and reactions to their struggles in the play are believable and intricate. However, some of the minor characters, such as the girls who played in the forest are less developed and less dramatic. Their actions do not always seem to go with the flow of things and different how real people would have acted in similar situations, which makes the minor characters less dramatic. On the other hand the main characters like Abigail is very dramatic as her actions speak louder than the words and her lies are believable to the ministers and the people in the village.
It’s very dramatic because the village people seem to believe the accusations so therefore the village people are pointing fingers and Abigail is just pointing fingers at anyone gets in her way. Reverend Parris is a detailed character who makes the play dramatic. Arthur miller had made this character dramatic by making the character self righteous arrogant and making parris narrow minded. Reverend Parris is in his middle forties. He is a widower and has a daughter named Betty who is ten years old. This tells us that Paris is cared about his job than anything else. He is Abigail Williams’s uncle.
Parris is a round character. He does not have many friends in the village. He cares more about his reputation than truth. He is gullible, uncaring and villainous which makes the play dramatic as this kind of characters makes dramatic play Abigail Williams is a very beautiful girl. She is an orphan who lives with her uncle reverend parris. She is seventeen years old. Abigail makes the crucible dramatic because she’s a static character who does not change through the play. “Let either of you breathe a word or the edge of a word about the other or I will bring a pointy reckoning that will shudder you”.