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Witch craft People dying John Proctor a married man sleeping with Abby. People dying and loose land
Summary: Elders try to mislead the village. The woods are consider bad. “The ones we do not speak of.” Ivy one of the charters go into he woods to get medication of Lucian who got stabbed.
The people of Salem were scared to make God angry. Not living the Puritan life style Witch craft. Some were scared to loose their land. Not having a good last name to pass on.
The people of the town were scared of “ The ones we do not speak of.” Having red hair. The color red. Other towns. The woods.
School Not being able to graduate. Getting in trouble. Not doing homework. Getting in trouble for not going to school.
Dying at a young age Not going to the college I want. Loosing my house and loved ones. Not making people happy. Not getting good grades.
Abby calling Mary a witch to get out of trouble. Ann Putman calling Rebecca Nurse a witch for all the deaths of Ann Putmans babies. John lying to his wife Elizabeth about his affair with Abby.
The village people sending Ivy who is blind in the woods. Saying the color red is bad when they’re just scared of it.
School Teachers telling you to do your homework or you will get in trouble. Students being cruel towards each other.
My job. My family. Not having money.
People in the town dying People lying to one another Witch craft Loosing land Loosing family
The little boy dying. Lucian getting sick. “The ones we do not speak of.”
School: Not having bussing Less teachers Education going down Kids leaving school
Family members dying Being negative Not having a lot of money
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ACT BY ACT Summaries. SUMMARY- ACT 1 Setting: home of Rev Parris. Parris is praying over Betty who is in a coma. Abigail enters. Susanna says the Doc.
Reverend Parris In his 40’s Been Salem’s minister for 3 years Wife is dead Daughter is Betty Parris Niece is Abigail Williams Worried about his reputation.
The red scare Quotes Important Characters Plot and setting Mystery bag
Parris slave daughter niece Tituba Betty Abigail John Proctor Had an affair Thomas and Ann Putnam daughter Ruth Conjured spirits in the forest Dislike.
Satan Unleashed… April, 1692: Several young girls in the town of Salem begin accusing people of witchcraft Many of the accusers included Abigail Williams.
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The Crucible List of Characters. Francis Nurse Head of the Nurse family; Respected man in town. Tried to stop the trials by aiding John Proctor.
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