Act III told through Pictures

 Act III told through Pictures

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  • First scene in act 3 when Judge Hawthorne is telling Martha Corey that there is evidence against her for being a witch. If she does not confess she will be hung. This is ironic because the readers know that Martha is not a witch.
  • Giles Corey knows that it is his fault that his wife is being accused of being a witch. He now regrets saying what he said because he knows that his wife will be killed. And he brought a list into court with names of people who were accused but are actually innocent.
  • Another major part in act 3 is when Judge Hawthorne is told from Francis that the girls are faking the whole thing and that they have proof of it.
  • When Proctor brings Mary warren to court so that she can confess that her and the other girls were lying. To try to get his wife out of jail so she does not die. In a case like this John Proctor would be considered the plaintiff.
  • John Proctor confessing to commiting adultery on Elizabeth. This is also Ironic because later on in the act Elizabeth is asked if John ever committed adultry she responded with no and she was the one lying now.
  • Abigail was in court accusing the other girls of being witches and she started screaming that Mary Warrens spirit was trying to hurt her.
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