He says that because he is going to tell the accused to lie and confess ... Why
does Hale say he has come to do the devil's work What motivates his action?
I saw Goody Osburn with the Devil! ... Reverend Hale is an intellectual man, and
he has studied witchcraft ... having stated an opinion on witches at all and leaves
Hale to his work. ... Slightly taken aback, Giles states that he does not mean to
say that his wife is a .... When your books and teachers don't make sense, we do.
Why does Tituba confess to meeting with the devil, She thinks it will save her life.
.... What does Hale advise Proctor to do before stating his case to the court, Get a
lawyer. ... Why does Proctor say he is reluctant to go to Salem and tell what
Abigail ... at the Proctors' house in Act II, He has come to take away Elizabeth to
Hale has been begging Rebecca Nurse to admit to witchcraft. ... Elizabeth tells
Proctor that Giles is dead; he would not answer to his indictment ... She says that
she will have him do what he wishes, but she does want him alive. ... Proctor
refuses to say that he saw Rebecca Nurse in the Devil's company, or anybody
Danforth says that he's only heard good things about Nurse's character and ...
Parris tells Danforth that Proctor causes "mischief," while Hale begs Danforth ...
Parris shouts that Proctor has come to overthrow the court, but Danforth silences
him. ... Proctor replies that he can't stand by: many of the condemned a...
In Part Two of our look at Arthur Miller's The Crucible we will focus on the
character ... He is in actuality, quite a weak man: he does not directly address his
... 'There be no mark of blame upon my life, Mr. Hale. .... But I will always see that
action as something awry in Abigail's character arc. .... I come to to do the...
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strangely? Parris has lied from the beginning and ... Why is Rev. Hale at the jail
speaking to the prisoners? He is trying to convince them to confess ... Why do you
believe Danforth is so unwilling ... What does Rev. Parris find stuck in his door?
What does this suggest about ... says to Elizabeth, “Cleave to no ... with the Devil.
In particular he focuses on the discovery of several young girls and a slave ... and
physical wants — especially sexual desires — as the Devil's work and a threat to
society. ... Miller permits the audience to do just that by transforming the faceless
... motivation, but also can reevaluate the character through his or her actions.
He then defends his wife Elizabeth by saying that she is incapable of lying. ... no
one will speak and she notices that Proctor and Abigail both have their ...
Danforth asks Proctor if he is in league with the Devil, placing Proctor under
arrest. ... for Mary Warren to testify against Abigail before she loses her courage
to do so.
Jun 3, 2016 ... This primacy is helped by the fact that he has relationships with many of the other
.... Act 4: Hale has returned to Salem to try to get the accused witches to ...
Through his actions and words, Parris "very little good to be said for him" (p. ...
later, she is accused by Abigail of forcing the girls to do the ...