He is really scared for the life of him.
He is beginning to realize that the people who have been tried and sentenced so far are very innocent. Parris says Proctor is trying to overthrow the court.
|What's Hales' problem with Proctor and his friends bringing evidence to Danforth?||He is beginning to realize that the people who have been tried and sentenced so far are very innocent.|
Do what is right and no harm will be done to you. Ironically, Proctor later does what he deems right and is hanged anyway.
They claim that her spirit comes from them, that she does something magical herself. Mary asks them to stop, but if they don’t, she stops separating and joins them (for her own protection).
Proctor, who hid his relationship with Abigail for seven months, is now telling the truth but is not a believer.
In Act III of The Crucible, John Proctor loses control of his ability to please people and stops meddling in Salem’s hysteria by refusing to lie about his relationship with Abigail Williams. In Act III, Proctor must testify in defense of his wife, who accuses Abigail of witchcraft.
In Act III, when Mary Warren is called by Proctor to testify against Abigail and the other girls, they rush to attack Mary and defend their position. Under pressure, Abigail receives a visit from another ghost she believes is Mary Warren, to which she and all the girls are reacting.
He thinks it’s the cows. Who says you can’t infect this guy. There is a danger for me.
In my opinion, John Hale is the DA’s enemy at first. However, at the end of the piece, he is a friend. Hale thinks the court is broken and he wants to save John Proctor’s life.
It appears that Giles refuses to surrender and is later incarcerated, where he is incarcerated with other defendants. Giles refused to answer the charges against him and was pressed to death. The prosecution placed huge stones on his chest until his death. His last words would be: More weight!
In this story, Giles Corey’s last words are more important. It makes sense because he was killed. He is killed by being pushed to death. They piled stones on his body until he could no longer breathe and he suffocated.
I gave you my soul, give me my name! (Proctor, Act 4, p. 133).
he feels unworthy to die as saintly as Rebecca if he doesn’t sign. they want to live, but not at the expense of lying.
He’s already ruined his name, he won’t judge his already dark soul by telling another lie, he’s not a good man and that lie doesn’t make things worse.
Giles Corey is a comedy character based on a real man named Giles Corey. Giles refused to give up and was later thrown into prison. Eventually he will be executed. Prosecutors placed huge stones on his chest until his death, and his last words seemed to be heavier.