Parris & Tituba & Abigail with Betty
And what shall I say to them? That my daughter and my niece I discovered dancing like heathen in the forest? I saw a dress lying in the grass.
Thomas, Abigail, Betty, and Parris
Will you leave me now Thomas? I would pray a while alone.
Uncle, you've played since midnight. Why do you not go down and-
She only pretended to faint, Your Excellency. They're all marvelous pretenders.
Parris and John Proctor
Why not? Now there are no spirits attacking her, for none in this room is accused of witchcraft.
This is the scene that Parris is reflecting on when he saw Tituba and the girls in the woods. Also I combined when he saw the dress laying in the grass in the same scene. (page 463)
In this scene Parris asks Thomas to leave him alone with Betty in the room to pray for her to get better. Abigail bids her uncle to sleep since he has been up for a long time. (page 467)
Scene three shows when Parris and Proctor talk to each other outside about Betty and what they think has happened to her. They are outside of the house. (page 473)
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