Who found the poppet?
How many people has Danforth sentenced to hang?
And how many condemned to hang? (87) Near to 400 are in jail, and 72 condemned to hang.
Why is it ironic that John forgets the commandment forbidding adultery?
Irony is created here because the audience, along with Proctor and Elizabeth, realizes that he really “forgot” the commandment when he had the affair with Abigail. Proctor has not incorporated this commandment into his life, so it fails to remain in his memory.
What does Abigail say to Danforth?
When Abigail is suspected of pretending, she denies it and actually threatens Deputy Governor Danforth, the man presiding over these proceedings. She says, “Let you beware, Mr. Danforth.
Why does John not go to church?
The primary reason John Proctor rarely attends church is that he doesn’t like Reverend Parris.
What is Proctor’s excuse for not going to church?
What is Proctor’s reason for his not regularly attending church? Proctors reason for not regularly attending church was because he is fearful. They say if you don’t go to church, you will go to hell. His wife is also sick so that is his reason for not going to church.
How was the witch hunt a time of general revenge?
Explain how the witch-hunt years were a time of “general revenge.” Because she thinks they’ll be accused of being witches. Mary’s telling Abigail to tell the truth of what they did because the worst that could happen is that they get whipped.
How does Abigail manipulate Danforth?
Abigail is able to convince Danforth that Mary’s testimony is false by pretending that Mary is in league with the Devil and is sending out her spirit in court to harm her and the other girls.
How did Judge Danforth change in the crucible?
Danforth is also comfortable in his position of authority and boasts about how many witches he has sentenced to death. However, Danforth’s attitude begins to change as John Proctor, Mary Warren, Giles Corey, and Francis Nurse begin to challenge the court’s proceedings and defend the accused citizens.