You did,you did! You drank the char to kill John Proctors wife! You drank a charm to kill Goody Proctor.
Shut it! Now Shut it!
My strongbox was broken into. Abigail took all 31 pound.
I have not seen the devil! I WANT MY NAME!
Hysteria was a huge part in the numerous accusations of witchcraft that took place throughout the play. I chose this scene of the play because the "charm" is actually blood that Abigail drinks to have Elizabeth killed. Abigail desires John Proctor, it's like an obsession.
Who accused her?Was it Abigail?
Elizabeth was accused of witchcraft Mr.Proctor.
This scene represents greed because Reverend Parris is much more concerned about being 31 pounds short, rather than his niece that is nowhere to be found.
Betty is fine... We were just dancing and having fun.
Is Betty okay? I saw you and the other girls in the woods screaming. Was there a performance of witchcraft!
John Proctor has pride in this play because he could easily lie and say that the accusations about him participating in witchcraft are true. But, he doesn't because he has to much pride.
Abby, I may think of you softly from time to time, but I will cut off my hand before I'll ever reach for you again!
This scene represents revenge because Abigail raging jealousy towards Elizabeth Proctor wife of John proctor. Abigail wants Elizabeth dead so she decided to accuse her of witchcraft.
This scene shows the theme of integrity because Abigail and the other girls lie to protect there integrity. They chose to lie unlike Rebecca Nurse and John Proctor.
In this scene it shows deceit by Proctor finally telling Abigail that she is nothing more than a hookup to him and that he will never be with her again because of the pain it caused his wife.