The Crucible

line 180-182 " for i would now be her slave , its a bitter women , a lying, cold, sniveling woman, and i will not work for such woman!"

lines 180-182 for my question act 2

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This is an exchange with her uncle Parris. He wants to know why Abigail has not found work since she was fired from the Proctor home. Abigail blames Elizabeth Proctor for treating her like a slave. She accuses her of being petty and cold.