I know, I didn't know what you would think if I went alone.
You told me you met with a Group of people.
I'll ever reach for you again. Wipe it out of mind. We never touched, Abby.
Aye, but we did.
John Proctor had lied to Elizabeth about meeting with Abigail alone and said that she had met with a group of people.
I came with a warrant for Elizabeth preforming witchcraft using poppets. Do you care if I look around.
No, why I haven't kept a poppet since I was a little girl.
This scene Represents greed because the Girls are dancing in the woods with Tituba, this is forbidden in the town so they are doing it in secret and they get caught.
Reputation and Integrity
we forgive those who trespass against us, and lead us not into temptation
An example of lust in this scene would be John meeting having an affair with Abigail. This would represent lust because John is being unfaithful to his wife Elizabeth and having an affair with his assistant Abigail.
The biggest scene of revenge in this play is when Mary warren gives Elizabeth the Poppet that had a needle that Mary stabbed her self with. After Mary gives Elizabeth the poppet Abigail tells that Elizabeth is doing witchcraft. Cheever then shows up with a Warrant for Elizabeth's arrest.
John proctor is about to hanged because he will not admit that he conspired with the devil. If he did admit his name in the town would be ruined. Since he did not admit he kept his name good and died with his respect.
This scene is where John refused to sign his name away. He would rather die an honorable death and give into and admit he was doing witchcraft. John had pride in his name. At the end John states "How may I live with out my name. I have given you my soul, leave me my name."