Crucible conflict

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  • "Sometimes I wake and find myself standing in the open doorway and not a stitch on my body! I always hear her laughing in my sleep. I hear her singing her Barbados songs and tempting me with-" (Miller 44).
  • "Mister Reverend, I never-" (miller 44).
  • Abigail accuses Tituba of witchcraft.
  • "I have no power on this child, sir" (Miler 44).
  • Reverend Hale immediately believes Abigail, not Tituba.
  • "You most certainly do, and you will free her from it now! When did you compact with the Devil?" (Miller 44).
  • "This woman must be hanged! She must be taken and hanged!" (Miller 44).
  • Reverend Parris and Thomas Putnam do not believe Tituba when she says she does not work for the Devil.
  • "You will confess yourself or I will take you out and whip you to your death, Tituba!" (Miller 44).
  • "No, no, Don't hang Tituba! I tell him I don't desire to work for him, sir" (Miller 44).
  • Tituba confesses because she knows being a slave, she will not be believed or forgiven for saying otherwise.
  • Reverend Hale believes her confession and tells her he will free her from the Devil. Hale, Parris, and Putman begin questioning her in order to find out more information on witchcraft in Salem.
  • "Then you saw him! Now Tituba, I know that when we bind ourselves to Hell it is very hard to break with it. We are going to help you tear yourself free" (Miller 45).
  • "Who came with him?" (Miller 45).
  • "He say, Look! I have white people belong to me. And I look and there was Goody Good" (Miller 47).
  • "Aye sir, and Goody Osburn" (Miller 47).
  • Tituba accuses people of witchcraft so her story is more believable. If society was not against her because she was a slave and had no say, this problem would not have arose.
  • "Sarah Good!" (Miller 47).
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