In the crucible who is vindictive ?

Thomas Putnam is vindictive in "The Crucible".

Thomas Putnam is nearly fifty, the oldest son of the town's richest man, and most vindictive. He is a prime example of the evil in the village, believing himself superior to most and looking for the revenge for past grievances. He has attempted to use force to get his way in the past but has always failed. Deeply embittered, he accuses many of being withces, frequently is a witness against those accused, and has a daughter who at times leads the hysterical girls in the finger-pointing.

The Crucible, by Arthur Miller, is a dramatic re-enactment of the Salem Witch Trials in Massachusetts in the late 1600’s. It was first produced on stage in January 1953.

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