"The Crucible" Storyboard

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  • "The Crucible"
  • Introduction
  • It's not a trick! I-I used to faint because I-I thought I saw spirits.
  • Thought you saw them!
  • Rising Action
  • It is a wind, a wind!
  • Mary Warren, do you witch her? I say to you, do you send your spirit out?
  • Abby. don't do that!
  • By: Aneesah Friday
  • Climax
  • This is when Mary Warren was told to faint in court to indicate that Abigail and the girls were lying. She told the court officials that she couldn't do it, which drove them to think she wasn't being truthful herself.
  • Falling Action
  • I say---I say---God is dead! I see his filthy face! And it is my face, and yours, Danforth!
  • After Mary Warren saying she was unable to faint i court, Abigail pretended to feel a cold wind come over. This drove Mr. Danforth to question if Mary sent her spirit out on Abigail.
  • Resolution
  • Marshal! Take him and Corey with him to the jail!
  • After Mary being accused of lying in court and her sending her "spirit" out on Abigail and the girls, she confesses to Mr. Danforth, Mr. Hale, and Reverend Parris that John Proctor is the "Devil's Man" after saying that he bid her to sign the Devil's book and that they must overthrow the court if his wife is killed.
  • Mary!
  • You are the Devil's man!
  • Danforth then questions Proctor if he's associated with the Devil himself. This then leads to Proctor saying about God is "dead" and that he actually saw the Devil.
  • Will you confess yourself befouled with Hell, or do you keep that black allegiance yet? What say you?
  • After Proctor saying he saw himself and Danforth with the Devil, he is sent off to the jail for showing signs of being one with the Devil.
  • You are pulling Heaven down and raising up a whore!
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