Rebecca Nurse Character Analysis

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“I have eleven children, and I am twenty-six times a grandma, and I have seen them all through their silly seasons, and when it come on them they will run the Devil bowlegged keeping up with their mischief. I think she’ll wake when she tires off.” This quote was said by Rebecca Nurse who is a religious woman in her seventies. She is helpful to society and fights for what is right. Everyone in Salem appreciates her for her bold attitude and strong-willed personality. I am most similar to Rebecca Nurse because she is loyal to her friends, understanding of others, and a courageous woman. First, Rebecca’s personality is close to mine because she is loyal to her friends. In The Crucible, Rebecca stays loyal throughout the whole play. She is committed to her religion and refuses to confess to witchcraft when she is accused. Rebecca never falsely accuses anyone of witchcraft to save herself because she knows it is wrong. Like Rebecca, I always remain loyal to my friends and family. When one of my friends tell me something, I keep it to myself. I…show more content…
Rebecca is a good Christian woman. She has never sinned and society respects her. Rebecca would rather die knowing she stayed true to herself than tell a lie. She kept herself together when Governor Danforth questioned her in the courtroom and gained respect from others around. I acquire courage too. I do not let fear stop me from doing what is right. In school, I try not to become discouraged when I do not understand lessons being taught or homework. I will ask the teacher for assistance if I am having difficulty learning. Also, I grew up to hate being scared. During Halloween, I would never want to go to a haunted house. But, a few weeks ago, my friends invited me to go to Haunted Hillside which is a hayride and a corn maze in the dark. There were creepy people following us around and chainsaws coming towards us, but I was proud of myself that I remained calm and enjoyed the
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