5 edition of The trial of Abigail Goodman found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||PS3511.A784 T54 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||256 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||256|
|LC Control Number||93018043|
Sarah Good. Sarah is a mentally unstable homeless lady whom Abigail accuses of witchcraft. Like the slave Tituba, she's an easy target because she is on one of the bottom rungs of society. The Trial of Abigail Goodman. Find all books from Howard Fast. At theslopelounge.com you can find used, antique and new books, compare results and immediately purchase your selection at the best price. Abigail Goodman, a forty-one-year-old college Brand: Crown.
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Mr. and Mrs. Putnam are convinced there is a supernatural explanation for all their dead babies. Though there could be a hundred other explanations for their only surviving daughter Ruth Putnam’s behavior (including her relationship with Abigail), they find it more comforting to explain it as proof of witchcraft. In the not-so distant future, abortion is a crime punishable by death. This is the fascinating premise of best-selling novelist Howard Fast's powerful and provocative new novel, The Trial of Abigail Goodman, which depicts the harrowing legal battle one woman must wage when she exercises her right to theslopelounge.com: Howard Fast.
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Get this from a library. The trial of Abigail Goodman. [Howard Fast] -- A New York woman is charged with murder under a law that retroactively makes abortion a capital offense. The final breaking point in the trial will involve some fancy legal footwork before the case is buttoned up.
The question raised here remains--whether the fierce anti- abortion movement is more angry for the sake of the unborn or at the emancipation of women. Fast, in any event, is donating profits from the book to Planned theslopelounge.com: Howard Fast.
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Abigail Barnette has 50 books on Goodreads with ratings. Abigail Barnette’s most popular book is The Boss (The Boss, #1). Jul 21, · It is not known exactly why the afflicted girls targeted Elizabeth Proctor, but in the play, The Crucible, by Arthur Miller, Abigail Williams is depicted as having an affair with John Proctor and becomes jealous of Elizabeth Proctor, prompting her to accuse Elizabeth of witchcraft.
May 25, · Published in by Harvard University Press, this book explores the social setting and history of Salem prior to the witch trials to provide a better understanding of how and why they happened.
The book explores issues that occurred in Salem just prior to the trials such as factionalism, land disputes, family rivalries and church disputes. A historical novel trapped in the body of a bodice-ripper that will leave both history buffs and steamy sex aficionados unsatisfied. Fast (The Trial of Abigail Goodman,etc.) has written over 80 books.
Eight of his novels are based on events of the American Revolution, and. Nov 14, · Skip trial 1 month free. Find out why Close. I Read Onision's Entire Book STRANGE ÆONS I Read Onision’s Trainwreck Of A Book | This Is Why I Hate You Review. Ann Putnam Jr. and Abigail Williams then both told the court that Proctor had tried to get her to sign a book (referring to the devil’s book), and then began to have fits in the court.
They accused Goody Proctor of causing them and then accused Goodman Proctor (John Proctor, Elizabeth’s husband) of being a wizard and also causing their fits. Abigail Keam is an American author of cozy mystery, epic fantasy and romance novels.
She writes the Josiah Reynolds mystery series, the Saga of the de Magela Family fantasy series and the Last Chance romance series. Abigail is also a beekeeper who has won 16 honey awards at the Kentucky State Fair.Good was of a lower economic status, reduced to poverty due to the debt of her first husband, Daniel Poole.
Accusers at the trials, especially in the trial of Sarah Good, often cited jealousy and envy as explanations for witches' discontent and theslopelounge.com of death: Execution by hanging.Apr 27, · John Mullan's 10 of the best: trials As a group of young women are put on trial for witchcraft, John Proctor tries to fight the hysteria and discredit Abigail, the most important witness, by.