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  • Reverend Parris
  • How can it be the Devil? Why would he choose my house to strike? We have all manner of licentious people in the village!
  • Abigail Williams
  • I saw Sarah Good, Goody Osburn, Bridget Bishop, Goody Sibber, Goody Hawkins and Goody Booth with the Devil!
  • Thomas Putnam
  • There are hurtful, vengeful spirits layin' hands on these children.
  • Rebecca Nurse
  • Reverend Parris is a man of religion and faith. With this quote, he questions why the Devil is not attacking the licentious, immoral or sinful, people of the town. This questions his own morality and goodness in Salem. As an outcome, he "was voted from office, walked out on the highroad, and was never heard from again," (Miller 135).
  • I think she'll wake in time. Pray calm yourselves.
  • John Procter
  • Abigail was the first to accuse people of the town of witchcraft. She pointed the finger at the townsfolk in Salem, which took the blame off of her shoulders. She also accuses Elizabeth Procter of witchcraft because she stands in the way of her love for John Procter.
  • How may I live without my name? I have given you my soul; leave me my name!
  • Elizabeth Procter
  • Thomas Putnam is a man of suspicion, and believes that the Devil is in Salem, and he is in the town for a reason. He feels remorse for Reverend Parris because Putnam and his wife have buried all but one of their seven children.
  • He have his goodness now. God forbid I take it from him!
  • Rebecca Nurse is a well-respected woman through the town of Salem. There is not one person in the town who does not like her. When she is accused of being a witch, the town cannot believe it, and they begin to uestion the morals of the court.
  • John Procter is the tragic hero of this play, and he is a man with regrets. It is known that he has an affair with Abigail Williams, and he wishes it never happened. Secondly, he is accused of witchcraft, and is insure whether or not he should confess or die with the others. It is in this moment that he finds himself, and is hanged alongside valued members of the Salem community.
  • Elizabeth Procter loves her husband, John, so much, that she cannot bear to take away his last bit of goodness in exchange for his life. Although her husband has made the mistake of having an affair, she still loves him, and moves past his mistake.
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