Amanda Jankulovski - Character Analysis

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  • Abby Williams
  • Let either of you breathe a word, or the edge of a word, about the other things, and I will come to you in the black of some terrible night and I will bring a pointy reckoning that will shudder you.
  • Reverend Parris
  • Abigail, I have fought here three long years to bend these stiff-necked people to me, and now, just now when some good respect is rising for me in the parish, you compromise my very character.
  • Thomas Putnam
  • How may we blame ourselves? I am one of nine sons; the Putnam seed have peopled this province. And yet I have but one child left of eight—and now she shrivels!
  • Abby Williams was one of the many girls in Salem who accused others, especially Goody Proctor, of witchcraft. She was aggressive, jealous and persuasive, but was seen as an innocent and believable victim to Salem's citizens.
  • Rebecca Nurse
  • Reverend Parris did not hesitate in accusing others of witchcraft or trying to belittle the church. As a new leader in the church, he was very concerned with his reputation, and did not have full support of everyone in Salem.
  • John Proctor
  • You have made your magic now, for now I do think I see a shred of good in John Proctor. Not enough to weave a banner with, but white enough to keep it from such dogs.
  • Thomas Putnam was another significant accuser in Salem. He was a rich, greedy, and envious man. Many accused him of taking advantage of the witch trials by accusing those who had land he wished to have.
  • Elizabeth Proctor
  • Goody Nurse was one of the kindest and most respected elders in Salem. She was a motherly figure to many, acting as a mediator throughout the town . Unfortunately , her purity lead her to her death as those jealous of her accused her of witchcreaft.
  • Mr. Parris, I think you'd best send Reverend back as soon as come. This will set us all to arguin' again in the society, and we thought to have peace this year. I think we ought rely on the doctor now, and good prayer.
  • John Proctor was a good man, even though he thought otherwise for most of the play. Before being accused, much of the town saw his only fault to be his poor attendance to church. He was a hardworking man who seeked forgiveness for his faults.
  • Elizabeth Proctor was known to be an honest and good wife and mother. She was petty and suspicious of her husband and first, but never counted herself out as part of their relationship problem. She was wrongfully accused of witchcraft by a vengeful Abby.
  • John, I counted myself so plain, so poorly made, no honest love could come to me! Suspicion kissed you when I did; I never knew how I should say my love. It were a cold house I kept!
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