By Jacquie L Rennie
If Abigail had now not come to Salem Village, could the occasions that later came about were avoided? If Abigail had no longer been jealous of Ann... If Pastor Parris had had any braveness at all... If humans hadn't been fearful of the accusers... If Tituba had no longer taken the women to the forest... in the event that they had all no longer been so immersed in superstition and religion... would it not have taken see you later to halt the sort of foul outbreak of sanctified murder?
All the sermons and fasting in Christendom couldn't have avoided the phobia that engulfed Salem. It manifested on 3 degrees: terror of the satan; terror of witches and their intended energy of direct actual damage, and terror within the hearts of these accused as witches and wizards.
Was Abigail accountable of mass homicide? Did Pastor Parris deserve forgiveness? used to be Tituba liable too? What was once the genuine reason behind the women' afflictions?
The Salem witch trials have been an severe occasion in a devil-ridden period. Abigail and the fear is a gripping story of persecution, cleverly woven jointly through inhabiting the minds of Abigail, Betty, Pastor Parris and Tituba.
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Abigail and the Terror by Jacquie L Rennie