Act 3 Plot

Act 3 Plot

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  • It's nothing wrong with books!
  • Please release my wife!
  • Mary Warren signed the deposition!
  • They are here to overthrow the court!
  • No, I can't!
  • Will you drop the charge?
  • At the court, Giles Corey arrived with Francis Nurse and told Deputy Governor Danforth their wives were innocent. Giles insisted he meant nothing when he said his wife read strange books.
  • I made a mistake...
  • No, no, Elizabeth! I told them!
  • Bring her down!
  • John Proctor arrived with Mary Warren and presented a deposition signed by Mary that asserted she never saw any spirits. Parris thought they were there to overthrow the court.
  • I saw a yellow bird... Stop, Mary! No!
  • No, no! Proctor is the Devil's servant!
  • She's pretending!
  • Danforth told Proctor Elizabeth claimed she was pregnant and thus could live one more year, even if convicted, but Proctor, thinking of Giles and Francis Nurse, refused to dropped the charge.
  • God is dead!!!
  • I can't proceed anymore!
  • Proctor told Danforth Abigail wanted to murder his wife because his affair with her. Danforth ordered Elizabeth be brought to the court, who only claimed she fire Abigail only because of her poor working habits in order to protect Proctor's name. Proctor cried to urge Elizabeth to tell the truth but it was too late.
  • Abigail, together with the girls, pretended to be witched by Mary's spirit and under great pressure, Mary turned against Proctor.
  • Abigail won people's trust and Proctor was declare guilty. Proctor was furious and desperate, shouting, "God is dead". Hale denounced the proceedings and quit the court.
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