Oh, I marvel how such a strong man may let such a sickly wife be-
Where have you been John..
I were planting far out to the forest edge
Why, thank you, it's a fair poppet!
I made a gift for you today, Goody Proctor. I had to sit long hours in a chair, and passed time with sewing.
In Act I, John Proctor and Abigail had a little feud because Abigail brung up John Proctors wife, and it sparked a conflict between them
She wants me dead. I knew all week it would come to this!
They dismissed it. You heard her say-
In this scene of Act II, John came home late, which had Elizabeth worried and thinking he'd been out to Salem to see Abigail. This is what sparked their argument.
Look! Look! A needle.. there's a needle Mr. Hale!
In Act II, Mary Warren comes home late and begins to argue with Proctor. After the argument, Mary Warren gives Goody Proctor a fair poppet, which will be a problem later in the Act.
You will go to court and tell them that everything was fake! Or i will whip you!!
I can't I can't!
In Act II, Mary Warren tells Elizabeth that Abigail brought her name up in court, and Elizabeth assumes Abigail wants her dead. This was a powerful conflict at the end of the Act.
In Act II, one of the biggest conflicts in the act was Cheever finding a needle in the poppet Mary gave to Elizabeth.
At the end of Act II, John Proctor tried to manipulate Mary to tell the court everything that Abigail and the girls were seeing was all fake and they lied. John Proctor only wanted to save his wife, which is why he did it.