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- As this act opens,
what accusation does Giles Corey make?
- What news do we learn
about Rebecca Nurse?
- When John Proctor
arrives at the court with Mary Warren, what does Reverend Parris accuse him
- What two pieces of
evidence are brought against Proctor in regard to his Christian nature?
- What news does
Danforth tell John Proctor about Elizabeth? What deal does he try to make
- What is going to
happen to the 91 people who signed the testament stating a good opinion of
Elizabeth, Martha Corey, and Rebecca Nurse?
- Discuss “Do that
which is good, and no harm shall come to thee.”
- What is Giles Corey’s
proof that Thomas Putnam is “reaching out for land”? Why won’t he reveal
- What happens to Giles
- What is Reverend
Hale’s advice to John as he is about to read his disposition before the
- What does Danforth
think Mary Warren’s appearance in the court might be?
- When Mary Warren says
that she pretended to faint in court, what is she asked to do? What is the
- What does Abigail do
when suspicion that she might be pretending fall on her?
- What does John do to
- Who is called to back
up John’s testimony? What happens?
- What happens when
Reverend Hale states that Abigail has always seemed false to him?
- What is Mary Warren’s
reaction to Abigail’s performance?
- What does John mean
when he says, “God is dead!”?
- What does Hale do
when John is arrested?