Character Traits for Parris

Character Traits for Parris
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  • Selfishness
  • "We cannot leap to witchcraft. They will howl me out of Salem for such corruption in my house."
  • How the character interacts with other characters.
  •  Parris is yelling at Thomas Putnam, and declares him only caring about his own reputation.
  • Act 1
  • Non existant
  • Parris was not in this act, therefore we can only assume he is doing nothing.
  • Act 2
  • In this act, Parris is still acting selfish and is instigating problems. This is how the character speaks and acts.
  • Instigator
  • 2. "I read the Gospel."
  • Parris asks Proctor a question that he knows Proctor will get wrong, just to get to state a know it all comment.
  • 3. "I think not, or you should surely know that Cain were an upright man, and yet he did kill Abel."
  • 1. "Do you read the Gospel, Mr. Proctor?"
  • Act 3
  • Remorse
  • "I can only say, sir, that I never found any of them naked, and this man is-"
  • Parris takes back his claim. He changed over the course of the play and is now regretting everything he has said, and is paying back.
  • Act 3
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