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Abigail Williams was leading a group of young girl, as Betty Parris, Ruth Putnam, Mary Warren, and the Tituba were all dancing in the forest. Parris discovered the secret party and Betty fainted.
John Proctor had an affair with her, met with Abigail alone. He firmly denied his feelings two Abigail and agitated in the bedroom. Betty screamed and Parris thought that she could not bear to hear the Lord's name.
The blaming is important because it shows Betty's "spell" being broken and it shows how easy it was to accuse others of being with the Devil.
Mary Warren return from Salem. She stands her ground when Proctor threatens to hit her. Mary brings up that she saved Elizabeth from being hung because someone had accused Elizabeth of witchcraft, so she went against the accusations.
John Proctor and his wife Elizabeth are talking about the crazy witch trials. John tells Elizabeth about Abigail saying there was no witch craft involved and Elizabeth is upset with John about his affair.
John Proctor returns home after planting seeds for crops. Both are praying that a good summer full of harvest and food will come.
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