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Crucible Character Mind Map
Transcript of Crucible Character Mind Map
In the woods with Abigail Hale sends her to tell Parris that there is no medicine to cure Betty In the woods with Abigail In the woods with Abigail Abigail Williams Niece of Reverend Parris Sarah Good Accused by Abigail Reverend Paris Uncle of Abigail Tituba Slave of Reverend Parris Reverend John Hale Called to examine Parris' daughter Betty John Proctor Had an affair with his old servant Abigail Williams Elizabeth Proctor Married to John Proctor Ezekiel Cheever Found Elizabeth's poppet Ruth Putnam In the woods with Abigail Thomas Putnam Ruth's Father Ann Putnam Mercy is her servant Francis Nurse Has arguments with Thomas Putnam over land boundaries Rebecca Nurse Married to Francis Nurse Giles Corey Sides with John Proctor when he argues about land boundaries with Thomas Putnam. Thomas tries to take lumber off John's land. Martha Corey Married to Giles Corey Parris: "That my daughter and niece I discovered dancing like heathen in the forest" (Miller 9). Giles: "Let's get your lumber home, John" (Miller 18). Abigail: "He saw you naked" (Miller 13). Abigail says Parris saw Mercy dancing naked in the woods with the other girls. Cheever: "I spy a poppet, Goody Proctor" (Miller 35). Mary Warren: "They'll be callin' us witches, Abby" (Miller 13). Abigail: "We were dancin' in the woods last night, and my uncle leaped in on us" (Miller 14). Abigail: "We were dancin' in the woods last night, and my uncle leaped in on us" (Miller 14). Proctor: "Abby, you'll put it out of your mind. I'll not be comin' for you no more" (Miller 14). Deputy Governor Danforth Questions Giles in court Danforth: "What proof do you submit for your charge, sir?" (Miller 43). John Proctor: "My wife will never die for me!" (Miller 38). John tells Mary Warren to tell the court about his affair with Abigail if it means his wife will survive. "The door opens, and his Negro slave enters. Tituba is in her forties. Parris brought her with him from Barbados, where he spent some years as a merchant before entering the ministry" (Miller 8). Hale: "I am John Hale, minister of Beverly. I have come to help you" (Miller 22). Abigail: "I saw Sarah Good with the devil" (Miller 25). Mrs. Putnam: "I sent my child--she should learn from Tituba who murdered her sisters" (Miller 21). Putnam: "Goody Nurse, will you go to my Ruth and see if you can wake her?" (Miller 16). "Enter Mercy Lewis, the Putnams' servant, a fat, sly, merciless girl of eighteen" (12). Martha is being questioned in court and Giles barges in. Giles: "It is my wife you be condemning now" (Miller 39). Judge Hathorne Questions Martha in court Hathorne: "How do you know, then, that you are not a witch?" (Miller 39). Narrator: "Rebecca was the wife of Francis Nurse" (Miller 16). Narrator: "Another suggestion to explain the systematic campaign against Rebecca, and inferentially against Francis, is the land war he fought with his neighbors, one of whom was a Putnam" (Miller 16). Herrick A court official who takes Elizabeth to the court to be tried Proctor: "Herrick! Herrick, don't chain her!" (Miller 37). Hopkins Guarding Sarah Good and Tituba in the jail Sarah Good: "I'm here, Majesty! They hurriedly pick up their rags as Hopkins, a guard, enters" (Miller 54). Susanna: "But he bid me tell you, reverend sir, that he cannot discover no medicine for it in his books" (Miller 9). By: Ian Crowley and Joe Clifford