When pressurised by John Proctor, she goes on to say: She'll kill me for sayin' that! Abby'll charge lechery on you, Mr. Proctor!
Likewise, people ask, who said Abby ll charge lechery on you Mr Proctor?
One may also ask, who said I'll not stand whipping anymore? Mary: “[terrified but stands erect, striving for her authority] I'll not stand whipping any more!
Regarding this, who said it were pretense Sir in the crucible?
Who said how heavy be the law all its tonnage I do carry on my back tonight?
Now believe me, Proctor, how heavy be the law, all its tonnage I do carry on my back tonight.
Were there murders perhaps and never brought to light?
Were there murder done, perhaps, and never brought to light? He doesn't know what that sin might be, which is why he hypothesizes a possible murder cover up. Hale is saying that when the cause is brought to light, the hysteria gripping Salem will begin to diminish.
Who said I saved her life today?
Who said my niece Sir my niece I believe she has vanished?
Terms in this set (27) “My niece, sir, my niece, -I believe she has vanished.” Parris to Danforth. Abigail went on a ship and took Parris' money and said she was with Mr.
How do you quote the Crucible?
Quotes from The Crucible
- Quote #1. “I want the light of God; I want the sweet love of Jesus!
- Quote #2. “Because it is my name!
- Quote #3. “And mark this.
- Quote #4. “I look for John Proctor that took me from my sleep and put knowledge in my heart!
- Quotes #5.
- Quote #6.
- Quote #7.
- Quote #8.
Why is strange ours open?
“Why that's strange. Ours is open.” Anne Putnam- explaing to Parris that Ruth's eyes are open while Betty's aren't. “Theology, sir is a fortress; no crack in the fortress may be accounted small.”
Who said do that which is good and no harm shall come to thee?
The quote you mention can be found in act three of The Crucible by Arthur Miller. It is spoken by John Proctor as he tries to impart some courage to his servant girl, Marry Warren.
Who said it were only sport in the beginning sir but then the whole world cried spirits spirits?
Mary Warren: I – I cannot tell how, but I did. I – I heard the other girls screaming, and you, Your Honor, you seemed to believe them, and I – It were only sport in the beginning, sir, but then the whole world cried spirits, spirits, and I – I promise you, Mr.
Why this go hard with her Proctor?
John Proctor said that because Abigail said that his wife is guilty of witchcraft. Elizabeth said this to Hale to deny the witches which made it seem like she didn't believe in the Bible. “Why, this go hard with her– I had my doubts, I had my doubts but here's calamity.”
What does Elizabeth Proctor do in Act 3?
Summary and Analysis Act III: Scene 3. Danforth summons Abigail and three of the girls into the vestry room, where he questions Abigail. She denies Mary Warren's charge that she is lying and that she falsely accused Elizabeth Proctor. He then defends his wife Elizabeth by saying that she is incapable of lying.
Who said Mary do you send this shadow on me?
Who are the characters in Act 3 of the crucible?
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- Judge Hathorne. A judge who presides, along with Danforth, over the witch trials.
- Martha Corey. Giles Corey's third wife.
- Giles Corey. An elderly but feisty farmer in Salem, famous for his tendency to file lawsuits.
- Judge Danforth.
- Francis Nurse.
What is the real reason Giles Corey was unable to finish his prayers?
What is the likely reason that Old Giles cannot say his prayers? He is easily frightened. He is forgetful and barely knows his prayers. Rebecca Nurse sent her spirit out against him.
Who said theology sir is a fortress no crack?
What keeps you so late it's almost dark?
ELIZABETH: What keeps you so late? It's almost dark. ELIZABETH: Pray God. It hurt my heart to strop her, poor rabbit.
What does Elizabeth say when Proctor tells her that he is trying to please her?
Elizabeth and Proctor discuss farm business items, while Proctor eats. He tells her he wants to please her, but when he tries to kiss her, she simply “receives it.” He's disappointed and returns to eat.
What does Parris mean when he says you Cannot hang this sort?
When Parris says this, he is arguing that Danforth should not allow John Proctor and Rebecca Nurse to be hanged. What he means by this is that they are too well respected to be executed. To see this, look about a page or so before the line that you are asking about.
Who accuses Elizabeth of witchcraft in court?
What is a poppet in the crucible?
The Poppet in The Crucible. In Arthur Miller's fictionalized version of the Salem Witch Trials called The Crucible, Mary Warren makes a poppet (doll) for her employer Elizabeth Proctor. She works on the toy in the courtroom, and Abigail Williams observes her.