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Copy of Guilt By Association In The Crucible

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Transcript of Copy of Guilt By Association In The Crucible

Guilt by Association
What is it?
Calling someone's character into question by
examining the character of that person's
Reverend Parris fears his
daughter is a witch and by
association his reputation
within the village will be
Examples in The Crucible
Act I
Proctor and pals present a petition
signed by many villagers saying that
they believed that the girls were
actually not possesed but ordinary
God-fearing people.
But, the arrogant judges simply
assume that they are all covering
for the witches.
The towns people associated
themselves with the accused
witches and had their character
called into question.
Another example in Act III
Giles Corey relays the account an unnamed witness
who claims to have heard Thomas Putnam prompt
his daughter to accuse a man of being a witch, in
order to buy up his land.
The judges assume the unnamed witness
is lying and arrest Giles for being in assciation
with a person covering for the witches.
PARRIS: Child. Sit you down. Now look you, child-if you trafficked with spirits in the forest, I must know it, for surely my enemies will, and they’ll ruin me with it…
Abigail, do you understand that I have many enemies?
ABIGAIL: I know it, Uncle.
PARRIS: There is a faction that is sworn to drive me from my pulpit. Do you understand that?
ABIGAIL: I think so, sir.
PARRIS: Now then-in the midst of such disruption, my own household is discovered to be the very center of some obscene practice. Abominations are done in the forest…
DANFORTH: Mr. Putnam, I have here an accusation by Mr. Corey against you. He states that you coldly prompted your daughter to cry witchery upon George Jacobs that is now in jail.
PUTNAM: It is a lie!
DANFORTH: What proof do you submit for your charge, sir?
COREY: My proof is there! (The paper.) If Jacobs hangs for a witch he forfeit up his property—that’s law! And there is none but Putnam with the coin to buy so great a piece. This man is killing his neighbors for their land!
DANFORTH: But proof, sir, proof….
COREY: (Emphatically.) The proof is there!—I have it from an honest man who heard Putnam say it! The day his daughter cried out on Jacobs, he said she’d given him a fair gift of land.
HATHORNE: And the name of this man?
COREY: (Quietly.) I will not give you no name. I mentioned my wife’s name once and I’ll burn in hell long enough for that. I stand mute.
DANFORTH: (Rather regretfully.) In that case, I have no choice but to arrest you for contempt of this court, do you know that?
PARRIS: I pray you, leap not to witchcraft. I know that you, you least of all, Thomas, would ever wish so disastrous a charge laid upon me. We cannot leap to witchcraft. They will howl me out of Salem for such a corruption in my house.
PROCTOR: (Handing Danforth paper.) Will you read this first, sir? It’s a sort of testament. The people signing it declare their good opinion of Rebecca and my wife, and Martha Corey. (Danforth looks at paper.) These are all covenant people, landholding farmers, members of the church. (Delicately, trying to point out a paragraph.) If you’ll notice, sir—they’ve known the women many years and never saw no signs they had dealings with the Devil.
DANFORTH: (Glancing at long list.) How many names are here?
NURSE: Ninety-one, Your Excellency.
PARRIS: These people should be summoned for questioning.
NURSE: (Alarmed.) Mister Danforth, I gave them all my word no harm would come to them for signing this.
PARRIS: This is a clear attack upon the court!
A real world example
The Nazi Party supported the building
of a national highway system.
President Dwight D. Eisenhower also
supported builder a national highway
Eisenhower is associated with Nazis and
their crimes.
And how about a visual?
Thats all folks!
Works cited
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Only, Written Permission. "The Crucible on Stage at 2nd Space in Fresno | Kings River Life Magazine." Kings River Life Magazine | A California Online Magazine, With a Focus on the San Joaquin Valley. Web. 21 Nov. 2011. <http://kingsriverlife.com/03/30/the-crucible-on-stage/>.
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