Examples Of Mary Warren In The Crucible '

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Anyone who tried to bring any changes were excluded and under accusation. Mary Warren was excluded from the group of girls, just as she tried to make changes in the situation by telling the truth. The girls accused Mary of sending her spirit on them, in page 101 “Mary, do you send this shadow on me?’ and page 107 “Oh, please, Mary! Don’t come down.” Later, Mary broke down and accused John Proctor, who forced her to testify. “You’re the Devil’s man!”, “He wake me every night, his eyes were like coals and his fingers claw my neck, and I sign, I sign…” (page 110). The girls turned against Mary Warren simply due to the reason that she confessed the truth and it could have gotten them in trouble. Nobody believed since she was the only one

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