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Act IAnd you must You are no wintry man I know you John I know you I cannot sleep for dreamin I cannot dream but I wake and walk about the house as though Id find you comin through some door-pg 23 Abigail This passage shows repetition rambling wondering It also shows the emotion of Abigail Telling the reading that Abigail is cunning deceiving This sets a soft tone where Abigail is talking to her Proctor who she once had an affair with Act IIOh Elizabeth your justice would freeze beer How do you go to Salem when I forbid it DO you mock me Ill whip you if you dare leave this house again-pg 55 Proctor This passage shows how Proctor is very mad at his wife for not trusting him Elizabeth still has the memory of Abigail and his husbands affair from the pass This shows how proctor is very mad for things had changed there are no more connections between Proctor and Abigail Act IIThou shalt not steal Thou shalt not covet thy neighbors goods not make unto thee any graven image Thou shaltK-pg 67 Proctor This passage is very ironic because Proctor has forgotten the law that he has just recently broken He probably forgotten it on purpose for he does not want to remember the law of adultery He was sweating which shows that he was nervuse Act IIIHes come to overthrow this court Your Honor-pg 92 Parris The significant of this quote is that Reverend Parris repeatedly accuses of Proctor and others for over throwing the court because f Proctor loses his case everyone who supported him will be destroyed Act IIIKThe law based on the Bible and the Bible writ by Almighty God forbid the practice of witchcraft and describe death as the penalty thereofK-pg 102 Danforth This shows how the Puritans believes strongly
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