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  • Abigail Williams
  • Oh, Mary , this is a black art to change your shape. No, I cannot, I cannot stop my mouth; it's God's work I do.
  • Mary Warren! Draw back your spirit out of them!
  • I'm not hurting her!
  • Mary Warren
  • You will tell the court how that poppet come here and who stuck the needle in.
  • She'll kill me for saying' that! Abby'll charge lechery on you, Mr. Proctor!
  • John Proctor
  • You- you are a lecher?
  • I have known her, sir. I have known her.
  • Abigail Williams was one of the main accusers during the Salem Witch Trials and accused about 50 people. She scared her friends into helping her make false accusations. Abbey is known to be very manipulative, she showed this trait when she lied to try and get John Proctors wife Elizabeth killed by accusing her of witchcraft. She wanted to be with John Proctor so shed tried to get Elizabeth out of the way. "Abigail Williams sir. She sat to dinner in Reverend Parris's house tonight, and without nor warnin' she falls to the floor...And he goes to save her, and, stuck two inches in the flesh of jher belly, he draw a needle out... She testify it were your wife's familiar spirit pushed it in." (Miller 70-71)
  • Reverend Hale
  • Mary Warren was one of the accusers in the witch trials and she was part of the same group with Abigail Williams. Betty is a very nervous person and she shows this when John Proctor wanted her to tell the court that Abbey was lying. She was scared Abbey would hurt her and she always does what abbey wants because of her fear of her. Marry Warren tends to follow what other people say, she is a quite person and doesn't really fight for herself. She shows this trait because throughout the book she does what people tell her to, for example she doesn't want to go into court and say abbey was lying but she does what Proctor says because she is too afraid to fight anyone.
  • Giles Corey
  • More weight
  • John Proctor is a farmer in Salem who is married to Elizabeth Proctor. He had an affair with Abigail Williams and he now regrets it and can never forgive himself for what he has done. He is tortured by his sins and believes that he will never be forgiven by God. John Proctor is hardworking and determined man. He continuously tries to fix his marriage and tries to right his sins. He tells the court about his affair with Abigail to try and convince him she is a liar but it doesn't end up working because his wife Elizabeth lies for the first time to try and save him.
  • Elizabeth Proctor
  • Reverend Hale is a witch hunter and he came into Salem in the beginning of the book to see Betty when she wasn't waking up. He is a very religious man and has his strong beliefs in the Lord and the Devil. He is easy manipulated because he believed Abigail when she accused several people of being apart of witchcraft. Reverend Hale tries to do the right thing, he shows this when he argues with the court when he sees that people that are being accused are innocent. He accused and sent people to their death for witchcraft until he realized Abby was lying.
  • Excellency, I have signed seventy-two death warrants; I am a minister of the Lord, and I dare not take a life without there be proof so immaculate no slightest qualm of conscience may doubt it.
  • Giles Corey is an elderly man from Salem and he gets killed during the witch trials for trying to save his wife. He was pressed to try and get him to talk but all he said was "more weight". He is a farmer and well liked by the people in the town. Giles Corey was filled with guilt when he told the people of the court his wife was reading strange books and because of this she was taken and killed for witchcraft.
  • Elizabeth is the wife of John Proctor who was one of the people that Abigail accused during the witch trials. Elizabeth is a very truthful, and forgiving woman. When she found out John had an affair with Abigail she fired her but she was able to forgive John although their marriage was never the same. Elizabeth never lies, but when she was brought into court to ask about the affair she lied for the first time to try and save her husband.
  • Do what you will. But let none be your judge. There be no higher judge under Heaven than Proctor is! Forgive me, forgive me John-I never knew such goodness in the world!
  • I want my life.
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