they had an affair.
In Arthur Miller's play The Crucible, John Proctor had an affair with Abigail Williams.
Proctor vs. Parris Proctor vs himself Abigail vs Elizabeth Proctor
Elizabeth did not. But John Proctor did, with Abigail Williams.
If your question pertains to The Crucible, then Abigail would have been John Proctor's help or the help for his wife around their house. Abigail and John Proctor seemingly had a relationship that he eventually wanted to end,but Abigail did not.
In the Crucible, Elizabeth wants John to go to town and talk to Abigail to tell her that nothing is between him and her and that Abigail will leave the Proctor home alone.
because Elizabeth Proctor accused Abigail of being a harlot ( a whore) and sleeping with her husband, John Proctor.
In The Crucible Elizabeth Proctor fires Abigail. She fires the girl because she thinks Abigail is having an affair with her husband.
The climax is when John Proctor admits his adultry with Abigail.
proctor vows he will confront abigail
Goody Proctor suspected the relationship between her husband and Abigail.
We learn that prior to the beginning of the play, Proctor and Abigail had an affair. Proctor ended this relationship prior to setting of The Crucible. During the play, we can see that Abigail wants to rekindle the relationship, but Proctor will have none of it. His faith and conscience won't allow it.
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Abigail vs. Elizabeth Proctor Proctor vs. Parris Proctor vs. himself
Elizabeth of course. Abigail is to blame for the tragic events in The Crucible, including turning John Proctor and Elizabeth against each other for her selfish reasons.
In the crucible Abigail just wanted to have John proctorto herself no matter what. Elizabeth proctor just wanted to help john Proctor find his way.
In "The Crucible," Elizabeth Proctor accused Abigail of having an affair with her husband, John Proctor, and forced her to leave their home. Angered that John Proctor refused to carry on with their affair, Abigail accuses Elizabeth of witchcraft.
Abigail claims that John still loves and wants her.
John Proctor and Elizabeth Proctor over the affair John and Abigail had Abigail and John because John is deniying that he ever gave her hope to think he would touch her again
She lies because she is trying to protect him.
"It is not on a boat we'll meet again Abigail, but in hell." -John Proctor