A brief reenactment of what happens in the play.
John-I am waitin' for you every night.
I don't compact with no Devil! No, Don't hang Tituba!
Let God blame me, not you, Rebecca! I'll not have you judging me anymore! Is it natural work to lose seven children before they live a day?!
Abigail says this to John Proctor on page: 469 . She and John were having a brief discussion about Abigail's "love" for him. In the end, John Proctor rejected Abigail.
Tituba says her quote on page: 483. She says it to Goody Putnam, Abigail, Hale, and other characters of the book. Tituba is a slave from barbados. Due to the convictions placed against her, she is afraid to be hanged.
Goody Putnam says her quote on page: 479. She says her quote to Nurse Rebecca. Rebecca was questioning Mrs. Putnam because she sent her daughter, Ruth, to Tituba for voodoo magic. She has lost seven children and is on her way to loosing the eighth.
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