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The Crucible Conflict Map

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Transcript of The Crucible Conflict Map

The Proctors
John Proctor vs. Abigail Williams
Elizabeth vs. Abigail Williams
The Putnams
Thomas vs. Rebecca Nurse
Anne vs. Rebecca Nurse
Abigail Williams
Abigail
vs. John
Proctor
Abigail vs. Elizabeth Proctor
Mary Warren
Mary vs. Elizabeth Proctor
Mary vs. John Proctor
Giles Corey vs.
Thomas Putnam

Rebecca Nurse
Reverend Parris
Parris vs. John Proctor
Parris vs. Thomas Putnam
John had an affair with Abigail, which he regretted.
After being thrown out by Elizabeth, Abigail still believes John loves her.
"Oh, John, I will make you such a wife when the world is white again!"
John, however, still loves his wife, and despite
some lingering affection for Abigail, he attempts
to save Elizabeth from the court.
"If you do not free my wife tomorrow, i am set and bound to ruin you, Abby."
Elizabeth throws out Abigail, who was a servant
at their home, because of John's infidelity.
Abigail despises Elizabeth, who she views as jealous and standing between her future marriage to John.
"Then go, and tell her she's a whore."
"It's a bitter woman, a lying, cold, sniveling woman"
Thomas Putnam wants to expand his property, and if the Nurse family must forfeit their land, he is the only man who could afford to buy it.
"There is none but Putnam with the coin to buy so great a piece. This man is killing his neighbors for their land!"
Anne has miscarried some seven babies, and she blames Rebecca for at least some part in her children's death. She and he daughter Ruth accuse Rebecca of the murders of all seven babies.
"Let God blame me, not you, not you Rebecca! I'll not have you judging me anymore!"
Mary was the servant girl who replaced Abigail Williams. Mary brought home a doll from court, presenting it as a gift to Elizabeth, which was used to incriminate her of witchcraft.
"I made a gift for you today, Goody Proctor."
Proctor knows that the trials are fraudulent, and he forbids Mary to take part in them. When he learns that his wife is accused, he forces Mary to go to court and reveal the truth.
"We will slide together into our pit; you will tell the court what you know."
After attempting to reveal the truth of Abigail's
fraud and being thwarted, Mary accuses John of
witchcraft to save herself.
"You're the Devil's man!"
Giles believes that Putnam is attempting to acquire land through killing his neighbors in the trials. Giles' wife Martha is accused, as well as several of Giles' friends.
"There is none but Putnam with the coin to buy so great a piece. This man is killing his neighbors for their land!"
Proctor is not a fan of Parris, and makes that very clear. he believes Parris to be greedy and a poor minister, and does not attend much church as a result.
"I like it not that Mr. Parris should lay his hand upon my baby. I see no light of God in that man. I'll not conceal it."
Parris was placed as minster of Salem over a man named James Bayley, Putnam's brother-in-law. Putnam did not take kindly to this percieved slight against him. When Parris resists Putnam's initial suggestions of witchcraft, Putnam is furious.
"Don't you understand it sir? There is a murdering witch among us"
The Crucible
A Map of Major Conflicts Within the Play
Presentation by: Thomas Reay, Isaac Arneson, and Ben Watson
Abigail's conflicts are mostly with the family
Proctor, as well a
s their servan
t Mary Warren. All of
which
were caught up in h
er trail of deceit.
Rebecca stands accused by the Putnam family. She was held in high regard by all but the Putnams prior to the accusations. Although accused, remains neutral, betraying nobody.
Land
Don't Be a Snitch, You Witch
CATFIGHT!
Just... Let it Happen.
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