Get rid of Goody Proctor
Watch the other girls dance
Persuade the girls to return home
Trying to run away from home
Dancing in the forest
Reading Catholic tracts
Conducting a black mass in the church
Reads strange books.
Leaves the house every night.
Has stopped speaking to him.
Cannot say the 10 Commandments.
Get a recipe for a charm.
Learn how to dance.
Contact her dead sisters.
Accuse her of witchcraft.
Fears that Betty’s reputation will be destroyed.
Knows that the idea of witchcraft will cause mass hysteria.
Fears that his enemies will destroy his reputation.
Firmly believes that witches do not exist.
Thought the villagers might resent the help of an outsider
Feared she would be exposed as a witch
Knew his presence would only cause more hysteria in Salem
Felt that Parris could handle the situation better that Hale
The spiritual needs of the people
Had several dead babies.
Had an affair
Drank a charm to make someone fall in love with her
Wanted the villagers fear her
Wanted to please Parris
Did not want Abigail to get into trouble
Thought it might save her life
Her husband’s cancer
The death of seven of her children in infancy
Raids by natives
They focus too much on fire and brimstone.
They are too long.
They are heretical.
They are too short.
He respects Reverend Hale's opinions.
He believes in witchcraft.
He will do whatever he can to destroy Thomas Putnam
He rebels against authority by speaking his mind.
"Uncle, you have prayed since midnight."
"I can make you wish you had never seen the sun go down!"
"My name is good in the village!"
"She is blackening my name in the village!"
Francis Nurse and Giles Corey
Reverend Parris and Thomas Putnam
Reverend Hale and Reverend Parris
Reverend Hale and Francis Nurse
Proctor doesn’t go to church
Putnam knows Proctor cheated on his wife
About who is accused of witchcraft
Only for children
Evil and sinful
A delightful entertainment
Kind and respectable woman
Merciless judge of others
Parris’s concern over firewood
Parris’s call for Reverend Hale
The relationship between Goody Osburn and Giles
The relationship between Abigail and John Proctor