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Why, sir - I discovered her - and my niece and ten or twelve of the other girls, dancing in the forest last night. page: 479/line: 1001
We did dance, uncle, and when you leaped out of the bush so suddenly, Betty frightened and then she fainted. And there's the whole story. page: 462/ line: 92
Take courage, you must give us all their names. How can you bear to see this child suffering? Look at her, Tituba. Look at her God-given innocence; her soul is so tender; we must protect her, Tituba; the Devil is out and praying on her like a beast upon the flesh of the pure lamb. God will bless you for your help. page: 484/ line: 1355
Reverend Parris is explaining to Hale and Putman what he seen Betty, Abigail, and 10 to twelve other young girls doing the forest.
Abigail is explaining to her uncle (Parris) that yes they were dancing and when he decided to jump out of the bush he caused Betty to pass out from being do frightened.
Reverend Hale is trying to convince Tituba to give all the names of the people who were involved on the act. He tries to persuade them by asking, "How can bear this?" He also tried to make him feel bad for her by saying look at her.
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