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  • TITLE
  • THE EXPOSITION
  • HEY YOU GIRLS?!
  • RISING ACTION
  • Me?!!
  • That girl did it!!
  • It didn't do it!
  • The Crucible By Zachary Balboni
  • CLIMAX
  • Paris confronts abigail about dancing in the woods with Tibuta and other girls. That then spurs the town into accusation of witchcraft.
  • FALLING ACTION
  • Abigail and Betty first begin to accuse others of witchcraft. The start of the witch-hunts is the rising action because it is the catalyst for story progression.
  • EPILOGUE
  • Proctor, our protagonist, is accused of witchcraft by his former ally, Mary Warren. Mary was Proctor and Elizabeth's one hope to stop the girls from continuing the witch-hunts by confessing that their visions and accusations were all false.
  • Hale's plea with Proctor to sign testifying that he himself is a witch while also convicting six other prisoners of witchcraft. Thus repeating the ritual of deflecting guilt by accusing someone else.
  • Proctor is able to defeat the society by choosing to stop its cycle of false accusations. He is willing to accept death rather than live in falsehood.
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