"...Or did I dream that? It's she put me out, you cannot pretend it were you. I saw your face when she put me out, you loved me then as you do now." (pg. 22)
Oh Elizabeth, your justice could freeze beer. (pg. 55)
Abby, we've got to tell. Witchery's a hangin error. (pg. 19)
Abgail Willams is a manipulative, selfish teenage girl that is desperately lusting after John Proctor, a man she coerced into cheating with her.
I do not judge you. The magistrate sits in your heart that judges you. I never thought you but a good man John.
John Proctor is a confused, hardworking farmer that had always seen himself as a good family man. In events before the start of the book, he acts opposite of how he sees himself, and cheats on his wife Elizabeth with Abigail Williams
I'm not saying she's touched the Devil now... (pg. 41)
Mary Warren is a timid young girl, who is closely associated with Abigail. While she has been unwisely apart of her schemes, she time and time again shows her timid, unwilling nature by being reluctant to be as manipulative as her
I-I have indeed (pg. 69)
There are them that will swear to anything before they'll hang, have you thought about that? (pg. 69)
Elizabeth Proctor is the unfortunate wife of John. She has shown herself to be a loving, caring, and forgiving woman, even after she finds out about the affair between her husband and Abigail.
Giles Corey is a man that outright speaks his mind. An old man, even older for the time, as shown his complete lack of care in nearly every situation that does not warrant serious attention
Reverend Hale is one of the few more rational characters in the story. While fully convinced of the idea of witchcraft in Salem, he occasionally sees the fault in his logic, and has been shown to be able to take, what is at the time, the most logical path