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The Crucible Character Map

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Madi Johnson

on 7 December 2015

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Transcript of The Crucible Character Map

Character Map
Elizabeth
Proctor
John Proctor
Reverend
Parris
Tituba
Abigail
Williams

Relation to John Proctor:
Abigail used to work for the Proctor family; during that time, she and John had an affair. N
Relation to Abigail Williams:
John and Abigail had an affair when she used to work for them
Relation to John Proctor:
Elizabeth is John's wife
Relation to Abigail Williams
Reverend Parris is Abigail's uncle; he is the one who discovered the girls dancing in the woods.
Relation to Betty Parris
Betty is Reverend Parris' daughter.
Relation to Abigail Williams
Abigail is Betty's older cousin, and Betty looks to her for directions on what to do.
Relation to Reverend Parris
Reverend Parris is Betty's father.
Relation to Abigail Williams
Tituba is blamed for everything by Abigail. This leads Tituba to blame other people because she saw that it worked for Abigail.
Mrs. Ann Putnam
Mary Warren
Thomas
Putnam
Reverend
John Hale
Deputy Governor Danforth
Giles
Corey
Martha
Corey
Relation to Elizabeth Proctor:
Because Elizabeth is John's wife, Abigail is jealous of her. This is why she tries to get rid of her by accusing her of witchcraft.
Relation to Deputy Governor Danforth:
Abigail is Danforth's main helper in his prosecution of the people accused.
Relation to Reverend Parris:
Abigail is Reverend Parris' niece.
Relation to Betty Parris:
Abigail is Betty's older cousin, and Betty looks to her for directions on what to do.
Relation to Mary Warren:
Abigail is like a leader to Mary Warren because all of the other girls follow her.
Relation to Tituba:
Abigail is the person who wanted to use Tituba in the first place, and she blamed Tituba for the witchcraft to take the blame off of herself.
Relation to Mary Warren:
Mary Warren is a girl that works for the Proctor family. She ends up accusing John of witchcraft
Relation to Reverend John Hale:
At first, Hale and John are a little rough towards each other, but their relationship softens as the story goes on
Relation to Elizabeth Proctor:
John is Elizabeth's wife; he is trying to make things right with her since he stopped his affair with Abigail.
Relation to Abigail Williams:
Elizabeth fired Abigail when she found out about the affair; Abigail accuses her of witchcraft to get rid of her.
Relation to Reverend John Hale:
Parris contacted Reverend Hale to help with the witchcraft situation in Salem.
Relation to Ann Putnam:
Goody Putnam is the one who gave Tituba ideas about who to accuse during her first questioning.
Relation to Reverend Parris:
Tituba is Reverend Parris' slave from Barbados.
Relation to Tituba:
Tituba is Reverend Parris' slave from Barbados.
Relation to Tituba:
Goody Putnam is the one who gave Tituba ideas about who to accuse during her first questioning.
Relation to Rebecca Nurse:
Mrs. Putnam accuses Rebecca Nurse for the 'supernatural' death of her children.
Relation to Thomas Putnam:
Thomas and Ann Putnam are married.
Relation to Abigail Williams:
Abigail is like a leader to Mary Warren party because she is older and partly because all of the other girls follow her.
Relation to John Procter:
Mary Warren is a girl that works for the Procter family. She ends up accusing John of witchcraft to cast the blame away from herself.
Relation to Deputy Governor Danforth:
Danforth questions Mary Warren very harshly until she becomes frightened and accuses John Procter.
Relation to Giles Corey:
Giles is outraged at Thomas for accusing his wife; he even threatens to kill Thomas for his lie.
Relation to Ann Putnam:
Thomas and Ann Putnam are married.
Relation to Martha Corey:
Thomas accuses Martha of using witchcraft with her books.
Relation to Reverend Parris:
Parris contacted Reverend Hale to help with the witchcraft situation in Salem.
Relation to John Procter:
At first, Hale and John are a little rough towards each other, but their relationship softens as the story goes on. Hale even denounces the court when John is convicted.
Relation to Deputy Governor Danforth:
Danforth and Hale often have conflicting decisions because Hale tries to keep an open mind while Danforth is completely one-sided.
Relation to Reverend John Hale:
Danforth and Hale often have conflicting decisions because Hale tries to keep an open mind while Danforth is completely one-sided.
Relation to Abigail Williams:
Abigail is Danforth's main witness in his prosecution of the people accused of witchcraft; at the end of the play, this puts Danforth in a bad position because Abigail has run away.
Relation to Mary Warren:
Danforth questions Mary Warren very harshly until she becomes frightened and accuses John Procter.
Relation to Martha Corey:
Giles and Martha Corey are married.
Relation to Thomas Putnam:
Giles is outraged at Thomas for accusing his wife; he even threatens to kill Thomas for his lie.
Relation to Ann Putnam:
Mrs. Putnam accuses Rebecca Nurse for the 'supernatural' death of her children.
Relation to Thomas Putnam:
Thomas accuses Martha of using witchcraft with her books.
Relation to Giles Corey:
Giles and Martha Corey are married.
Betty
Parris
Rebecca
Nurse
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