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1. Parris finds the girls dancing in the woods. 2. The scene contributes to the plot because it is a rising action to the climax. 3. The scene contributes to the conflict because it is the start of the entire Salem witch trials. 4. The theme "How hysteria can tear apart a community" starts within this scene where these girls cause a mass hysteria when it comes to witches.
1. Abigail is confessing to Reverend Hale that Tituba was a witch and she made them drink blood. 2. This scene effects the plot because without it, there wouldn't be all the lies and deceit that is in there now.. 3. It drives conflict because this is when Abigail begins to lie and it creates conflict between many different people. 4. It shows the theme in the same way as scene one as it is the lies that begin the "Hes a witc, no she's a witch" hysteria.
1. Marry Warren gives Elizabeth a poppet, but little do they know that Abigail will use that against Elizabeth because of the needle Mary stuck in the stomach of the poppet. 2. It drives the plot closer and closer to the climax and this is a rising action because it is this that has Elizabeth arrested. 3. It drives conflict between Abigail and Elizabeth because Abigail is out to get Elizabeth because Abigail wants Elizabeths husband John Proctor. 4. It supports to theme as the lies that Abigail told once again and the fact that she stabbed herself in the stomach with a needle to get Elizabeth on trial shows that mass hysteria really is caused by deceit.
1. This is the scene where Elizabeth Proctor gets arrested. 2. This effects the plot majorly because it's what causes both proctors to end up in trial. 3. This drives the conflict between the Proctors to get a bit better. It's when John realizes what has been going on and he wants to protect her. 4. This supports the theme of lies can cause hysteria because an innocent woman such as Elizabeth should not be arrested on little to no evidence.
1. In this scene, John Proctor refuses to sign his confession. 2. This effects the plot because it is one of the last scenes that drives to conclusion where he is hung. 3. This drives the conflict because there is no truth in anything being said and innocent people are dying because of the lies. 4. This supports the theme the same way the others do. It just really shows how much lies can affect the society. People who you thought you trusted you may not anymore.
1. In this scene John Proctor gets hung and the play is over. 2. This effects the plot because it is the conclusion of events and shows what the conflict led to. 3. The conflict is no longer driven but instead shown as someone who tried to testify against the liar was sen to death. 4. This final scene shows the theme because of the fact that an innocent man that is trying to testify against the lair is hung because of the lies told and the hysteria that was created.
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