They intend to beat him to his senses.
They want to explain their roles in the witchcraft scheme.
They want to persuade the judge that their wives are good women.
They want to explain how Parris is at fault.
Parris says that Proctor is trying to overthrow the court.
Parris says that Proctor is biased because of his position between Abigail and Elizabeth.
Parris says that Proctor is just getting even with him.
Both B & C
He didn’t blame her for being jealous of Abigail.
She was trying to convince John to confess.
She said she was pregnant.
He almost believe Mary’s story.
He accuses him of killing his neighbors for their land
He accuses him of being in service to the devil.
He accuses him of taking advantage of the girls.
He accuses him of being a hypocrite.
He worries about his own safety from the girls’ accusations.
He sees that he has been a failure at removing witchcraft from Salem.
He thinks his reputation will be hurt.
He begins to realize that the people who have been accused and sentenced so far could very well have been innocent.
He asks her to recite the Ten Commandments.
He asks her to faint.
He asks her to fly around the room.
He asks her to stick a pin in her poppet.
They glare at her.
They threaten her, saying she will regret her wrongful accusations about them for the rest of her life.
They pretend that her spirit is coming to get them.
They pretend the devil is in the room.
"Is every defense an attack upon the court?"
"I have evidence for the court!"
"But it does not follow that everyone accused is part of it."
".... private vengeance is working through this testimony!"
Name the person who accused Putnam of grabbing land.
Leave the court without presenting his evidence.
Accuse his wife of conjuring spells.
Name the books his has been reading.
Hears John Proctor's story.
Talks to Giles Corey.
Signs Rebeca's death sentence.
Reads Gile's deposition.
Knows he will be arrested for contempt.
Knows the people will deny signing it.
Promised no harm would come to them.
Feels the judge should accept his word.
Believes that Parris has orchestrated the trials.
Feels that the devil will never be driven from Salem.
Is upset by the way John Proctor has treated Abigail.
Believes the testimony of Mary Warren and John Proctor.
She is going to hang
She has been pressed
She is pregnant
She has confessed to witchcraft
He is hung
He is pressed
He is shot
He is beheaded
She acts offended that he would even question her.
She attempts to leave the room
She pretends to see Marry Warren’s spirit in the form of a yellow bird.
All of the above
He still loves Abigail
He had an affair with Abigail
He doesn’t’ believe in God
He has divorced his wife
He asks Abigail to tell the truth and he trusts her story
He takes a poll of the people standing in the courtroom to see if they believe him
He brings Elizabeth in and asks her why she fired Abigail
He brings Martha Corey in to second his story
She breaks down and points her finger at John Proctor saying he is with the devil.
She gets so upset that she runs out of the room crying hysterically.
She stands strong and the judges believe what she is saying
She sticks to her story and doesn’t falter with the truth.
Gloomy and forbidding.
Airy and hopeful.
Sad and dispirited.
Strange and mysterious
Asking Danforth to help her.
Saying that she regrets accusing innocent people.
Asking Danforth for forgiveness.
Using her power to threaten him.
He truly fears for his life.
He is a tremendous help to the proceedings.
He is concerned about Mary Warren.
He is fighting hard to get at the truth.
Wanted John to be arrested.
Feared that John might be hanged for adultery.
Wanted to save John’s reputation.
Did not want to hurt Abigail’s reputation.
A petition signed by the community stating that Rebecca Nurse, Martha Corey, and Elizabeth Proctor are good women and have not done anything to indicate that they have dealings with the devil.
A deposition stating that Thomas Putnam was having his daughter cry witchcraft in order to gain land from others.
Mary Warren’s deposition stating that the girls are not telling the truth.
John Proctor’s deposition stating that he had an affair with Abigail Williams