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Ayanna Kapis

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Over Confident
Mildly Concerned
Uneasy
Upset
Act 1
Act 2
Act 3
Act 4
Act 1
Page 481
Line 1110
(over confident)
"What victory would the Devil have to win a
soul already bad? It is the best the Devil wants,
and who is better than a minister?"
Act 2
Page 480
Line 1050
(mildly concerned)
"I cannot tell. If she is truly in the Devil's grip we may have to rip and tear to get her free."
Act 2
Page 497
Line 790
(uneasy)
"Nonsense! Mister, I have myself examined Tituba, Sarah Good, and numerous others that have confessed to dealing with the Devil. They have confessed it."
Act 2
Page 498
Line 920
(upset)
"(in great pain) Man, remember, until an hour before the Devil fell, God thought him beautiful in Heaven."
Act 3
Page 525
Line 1500
(upset)
"I denounce these proceedings, I quit this court!"
Act 3
Page 521
Line 1250
(uneasy)
"Excellency, it is a nature lie to tell;
I beg you, stop now before another is
condemned! I may shut my conscience
to it no more - private vengeance is
working through this testimony! From
the beginning this man has stuck me true.
By oath to Heaven, I believe him now, and
I pray you call back his wife before we-"
Act 4
Page 542
Line 440
(uneasy)
"(continuing to Elizabeth). Let you not mistake your duty as I mistook my own. I came into this village like a bridegroom to his beloved, bearing gifts of high religion; the very crowns of holy law I brought, and where I turned the eye of my great faith, blood flowed up. Beware, Goody Proctor - cleave to no faith when faith brings blood. It is mistaken law that leads you to sacrifice. Life, woman, life is God's most precious gift; no principle, however glorious, may justify the taking of it. I beg you, woman, prevail upon your husband to confess. Let him give his lie. Quail not before God's judgment in this, for it may well be God damns a liar less than he that throws his life away for pride. Will you plead with him? I cannot think he will listen to another."
Act 4
Page 539
Line 970
(upset/uneasy)
"Woman, plead with him! Woman! It is pride, it is vanity. Be his helper!- What profit him to bleed? Shall the dust praise him? Shall the worms declare his truth? Go to him, take his shame away!"
Act 4
Page 539
Line 932
(upset)
"Man, you will hang! You cannot!"
Act 2
Page 495
Line 618
(uneasy)
"Aye. But the Devil is a wily one, you cannot deny it. However, she is far from accused, and I know she will not be. I thought, sir, to put some questions as to the Christian character of this house, if you'll permit me."
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