In this scene, Giles is being pressed to confess to his wife being a witch. He dies to save his family and his land.
Lies and Deceit
In this scene Mary Warren is confessing to never seeing spirits. The girls begin screaming after Abigail says that she sees the bird and that it is Marys spirit. Making Mary look like she is lying.
I am a lying man.
In this scene, Thomas Putnam accuses Giles Corey and his wife of being witches to get their land.
I know you want to be with me!
In this scene, Johns deceitfulness comes out because he first cheated on his wife with Abigail and then comes to not tell the complete truth to his wife about the things that happened.
In this scene, John Proctor basically has redemption with himself because he begins to confess to have his life but he then decides that he needs to let everything out so he can go to heaven with a clear conscience.
In this scene, the lust Abigail has for John is shown tremendously because she is telling him her desire to have him and senses she feels when she is around him.