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man who accused wife of reading books

giles corey

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expert on witch craft

john hale

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proctor's servant who makes a poppet

mary warren

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author of play

arthur miller

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miller's other famous play

death of a salesman

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servant from barbados

tituba

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date that trials began

1692

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period of history being satirized in this play

the red scare
McCarthysim

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two judges

danforth
hathorne

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woman who believed babies were murdered

ann putnam

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firstchild to be stricken

betty

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man who used trials to get land

thomas putnam

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acccused of contempt of court and was pressed to death

giles core

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number of people executed/ hang

20
19

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minister who feared the village

Parris

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person who says" there be no blush about my name

abigail

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worthy woman put to death as a witch

rebecca nurse

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she tries to stop the trials, then names john proctor

mary warren

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woman accused of mudering unborn babies

rebecca nurse

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woman accused of killing a man's pigs

martha corey

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person who says "You're the devil's man

mary warren

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who was the "devil's man" in the above quote

john proctor

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symbol of forbidden pleasure

dancing

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symbol of parris's materialism

asking for deed to the minister house

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system where state and church are combined

theocracy

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Ill not conceal it; my hand shakes yet as with a wound

hael

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in her life sir, she has never lied

john said it

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it were a could house i kept

elizabeth

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you were alone with her

elizabeth

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she has been striving with her soul all week
who is she

mary warren

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you cannot hang this sort. there is danger for me

parriss

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for now I do think i see some shred of goodness in john proctor

john proctor

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i denounce these proceedings

hale

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i see your spirit twists around the single error of my life and I will never tear it free

elizabeth

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four examples of miller's dramatic license

miller bases the conversation on the testimonies
miller changes the age of abigail from 10-12 to 17
reduce the number of girls from 26-5
reduces judges to 2

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examples of parris's materialism

ask for gold candlesticks
asks for deed to minister house
asks for extra money in contract to pay for firewood

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examples of irony in the play

john proctor forgets the commandment of adultery
john says that elizabeth has never told a lie
danforth says they are melting all concealment in the courtroom

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reasons why the trials happened

personal vengeance
puritan life was strict
land disputes caused people to cry witchery on oterhs
people could publically express guilt without being persecuted

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three things that stopped trials

abigail and mary warren ran away
girls start to name important people
the rebllion in andover

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