Summary of The Crucible ACT ONE Arthur Miller Setting: Salem, Massachusetts Bay Colony, 1692 Reverend Parris is the town minister. He is upset because his daughter Betty cannot wake up. The townspeople think Betty is bewitched. Parris’s niece, Abigail, admits that she and Betty danced in the forest with some other girls.
1. Stage a debate between Rev. Hale and Rev. Parris regarding the nature of witchcraft and the nature of justice. 2. Conduct a jury trial of Abigail Williams. O
(Summary) - The Crucible takes place in Salem Massachusetts in 1692. Abigail, the Minister's Niece, accuses several local Women of witchcraft, and a witch Hunt Begins, following with a trial in Court. (witchcraft is punishable by hanging), a court is set up to determine the guilt or innocence of those accused.
Betty Parris has fallen into a strange coma. Around her hover Reverend Parris, her father and the minister of the Massachusetts town of Salem, his 17-year-old niece Abigail Williams, and his slave Tituba. When Tituba asks if Betty will be all right, Parris yells at her to get out of the room.
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Summary: The Crucible, a historical drama, reflects examples of how a dogmatic society's mistrust of nonconformity can result in injustice. As witchcraft accusations fly in Puritan New England, John Proctor must choose between his own personal safety and the truth.