What is a significant gap or silence within The Crucible that can be used to write a monologue?

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Act II, Scene 2 is often deleted when the play is performed. It is usually available as an appendix to printed copies, and Arthur Miller reinserted it when he wrote the screenplay for the 1996 film version. In the scene, John Proctor and Abigail Williams meet under cover of darkness in the woods outside town. Proctor has come to try to determine for himself what Abigail's state of mind is and perhaps whether he can reason with her to get her to recant her accusations. Unfortunately, Abigail is either so deeply...

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