The Beginning of the End (Crucible Act III storyboard)
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Proctor, Francis Nurse, and Corey come to the court and deliver a deposition signed by 91 people to free their wives. The deposition represents unity among the rest of Salem.
Danforth says that, "the pure in heart need no lawyer" (Miller 1297). This is irony because the people who were being accused were good people and they didn't have lawyers, and yet they still got accused.
Mary Waren tells the court that Abigail is lying and that when she is told to prove it, she cannot.
Abigail claims she is doing the lords work, which is ironic because she is one of the biggest sinners in Salem, so he attacks her and confesses to being an adulterer in order to discredit Abigail's name.
Abigail "sees" the spirit of Mary Warren take the form of a yellow-bird, representing witchcraft.
Danforth asked Elizabeth whether or not John was an adulterer and she denies it. This is an example of verbal irony.
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