"I have hardly stepped off my farm this sevenmonth." (p.24)
"She wants me dead. I knew all week it would come to this!" (p.60)
I saw your face when she put me out, and you loved me then and you do now! (p.23)
John Proctor is a self described “family man”. He is known as hardworking and is a Christian man. In the book, he cheated on his wife Elizabeth with Abigail and hasn't left his farm since Abigail was fired. After accusations, his wife is thought to be a witch.
Elizabeth Proctor is the wife of John. She is generally very sweet and cares deeply for her husband and kids. Elizabeth is envied by Abby and is accused of being a witch because of it.
Abby is a very rude, vindictive girl who is in love with John Proctor. She is accused and confessed to doing witchcraft in the forest with her friends. She accused a lot of women in the town of doing witchcraft.
"I think she’ll wake when she tires of it." (p.27)
Mary Warren is a quiet, passive girl. She is a servant to the Proctor family. She is put to trial and is a witness to the witchcraft. Originally, Mary wanted to confess to what the girls did to the forrest.
"I only looked!" (p.19)
Hale is known for being able to detect and prove (or disprove) witchcraft. Rev. Paris had called upon him for help. He is starting to question the girls claims of 39 women being witches.
"They must be; they are weighted with authority" (p.38)
Rebbeca Nurse is known for her good nature and old age. She is respected in her town and others. Rebecca believes the girls are not bewitched, but just in there "silly season". She is one of the accused, and is said to have killed Goody Putman's babies.