The Crucible Act III: Scene Reflection

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Victoria Flores
ENG 11
Ms. Emery Thomure
29 October 2017
ACT III: Scene Reflection Although the scene wasn't too important, it still had some significance. It was the type of scene that you wouldn't miss until it was gone. There was important underlying information. Our scene was mainly about John Proctor being accused and questioned. Parris accuses him of coming to attack and overthrow the court. Proctor brings a statement that he requests the court to read. It is supposedly has the names and signatures of people that think good of Rebecca his wife and Martha Corey. All these people are farmers and members of the church. Parris then wants those people questioned. Trying to restrain himself, Hale asked the court if every defense was an