Characterization in the Crucible
By caiocerda, Updated
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"Unlce, we did dance: let you tell them I confessed it - and I'll be whipped if I must be. But they're speakin' of witchcraft. Betty's not witched." (pg. 462 ln. 84)
"Be you foolish, Mary Warren? Be you deaf? I forbid you leave the house, did I not? Why shall I pay you? I am looking for you more often than my cows!" (pg. 469 ln. 482)
"Now then, in the midst of such disruption, my own household is discovered to be the very center of some obscene practice. Abominations are done in the forest-" (pg. 463 ln: 117)
In this example, Abigail is speaking to her uncle Parris and is trying to explain what had happened in the forest and what others are assuming.
In this example, Proctor is speaking to Mary Warren very angry and he is explaining to her that she is not doing her job like she should be.
In this example, Parris is speaking to Abigail and discussing that his home is the center of some weird witchcraft and that this should have been done in the forest.
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