God forbid I take it from him! Suddenly it became my memory of the dancing men in the synagogue on th Street as I had glimpsed them between my shielding fingers, the same chaos of bodily motion - in this picture, adults fleeing the sight of a supernatural event; in my memory, a happier but no less eerie circumstance - both scenes frighteningly attached to the long reins of God.
He moved to Concord in or Mary refuses to identify Elizabeth's accuser, but Elizabeth surmises accurately that it must have been Abigail.
There never was any wild dancing rite in the woods led by Tituba, and certainly Rev. He also preached six months in Dunstable in How is the character similar to the person revealed in the court transcripts or biography? Indeed, each of Miller's four acts has at least one section that could be effectively acted out in class.
His land was was not an issue: he had already deeded his property to his children. Tituba counters that Abigail begged her to conjure a deadly curse. If you think you are "getting away with it," it may just be a temporary thing while they figure out how to prove it or catch you at it.
The far right, meanwhile, was licking up all the cream. Miller himself suggests that one reason why his play remains a popular version of history is that the fears and paranoia that brought about the witch trials are still with us today.
Students should be prepared to discuss their findings in class.