Was named by Elizabeth Proctor in court
Put a curse on Goody Putnam
Could not recite the ten commandments
Slept in a ditch
Thinks she has been chosen by God.
Likes the power and status she has in the village.
Knows she can destroy Elizabeth Proctor.
Plans to accuse Abigail of witchcraft.
Elizabeth is ill.
John plans to spend more time with Abigail.
John has had an adulterous affair.
John is planning to leave Elizabeth.
Accuse Elizabeth Proctor of witchcraft.
Cast suspicion on Mary Warren.
Claim that it was John Proctor's doing.
Pretend that she was a witch.
She does not want the other girls punished.
She wants Elizabeth found guilty.
She is afraid that Abigail will kill her.
She too embarrassed to admit that she is a fraud.
If he baptizes his son, his wife will be freed.
He knows his adultery has caused Elizabeth to be arrested.
He knows Elizabeth is being punished for his quarrels with Parris.
He will not release Elizabeth until Proctor attends church.
Goody Osburn's conjuring was much worse.
The villagers like Sarah Good better that Goody Osburn.
Parris spoke up for Sarah Good.
Sarah Good confessed, but Goody Osburn did not.
Protect Mary Warren.
Tell the court that Abigail’s story is a hoax.
Announce publicly that he believes in witchcraft.
Ask the court for forgiveness.
Love and admire her.
Believe her to be honest.
Respect her devotion and faith.
Fear her power to accuse them.
The villagers might rebel against his authority.
Perhaps innocent people are being accused.
Rebecca Nurse did murder Goody Putnam’s babies.
Most of the villagers are in league with the devil.
She’s sick and a little paranoid.
She believes Abby wants to take her place as John’s wife.
She believes Abby is bewitched and will try to destroy anything good.
None of the above.
The murder of Goody Putnam’s babies
Conduct unbefitting a Puritan
Inability to say her ten commandments
For making a voodoo doll.
Carries the knowledge of his own guilt.
Is too quick to judge himself.
Should speak more openly about his thoughts.
Knows that she loves him and forgives him.
She wants to make friends with Elizabeth.
She wants Elizabeth to see her as an innocent girl.
She wants to plant evidence of witchcraft in Elizabeth’s house.
She wants to make peace with Elizabeth after disobeying her.
A comparison to politics.
An allusion to the Bible.
Eventual trouble for Abigail.
A bigoted joke.
Prevent his daughter from joining the witches
Gain their land
Avoid revelation of his secret life
Destroy the community