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One symptom shown by the afflicted girls betty parris and Ruth putnam get in the story The Crucible?

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John Proctor, Elizabeth Proctor, Rebecca Nurse, and Giles Corey are the main nonconformists in The Crucible. Reverend John Hale, Ezekiel Cheever, Reverend Samuel Parris, Betty Parris, Mary Warren, Thomas Putnam, and Ann Putnam are the conformists.


The characters that have roles in Act 1 of The Crucibleare:Reverend Samuel ParrisTitubaAbigail WilliamsSusanna WalcottAnn PutnamMercy LewisMary WarrenBetty ParrisJohn ProctorRebecca NurseGiles CoreyReverend John HaleThomas Putnam


Putnam lost eight children when they were very young and blamed witches. During the witch trials, her surviving daughter was afflicted.


Betty Parris, Abigail Williams, Elizabeth Hubbard, Ann Putnam.


The first girl is Betty Parris, and the second girl is Ruth Putnam.


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The first to accuse Tituba was Betty Parris. The other three girls who were afflicted in the beginning, Abigail Williams, Ann Putnam and Elizabeth Hubbard, also accused Tituba.


Ann Putnam. Wife of Thomas Putnam.


In The Crucible, Betty is Reverend Parris's ten-year-old daughter. Betty falls into a strange stupor after Parris catches her and the other girls dancing in the forest with Tituba. Her illness and that of Ruth Putnam fuel the first rumors of witchcraft.


Abigail Williams, Elizabeth Parris, Ann Putnam Jr., Mercy Lewis, Mary Walcott, Mary Warren all claimed affliction by witchcraft during the Salem witchcraft trials.


No one really identifies any witches in The Crucible. They do not exist. Many characters claim to see/know witches. Some of those characters include Abigail Williams, Tituba, Mercy Lewis, Ann Putnam, and Betty Parris.


Elizabeth Booth, Ann putnam, abigal wiliams,


Mrs. Putnam had some bad luck in the past that she wanted to blame on witches. When her own daughter was "afflicted," she was able to.


Susanna English Bridget Bishop Ann Putnam Sr. Ann Putnam Jr. Reverend Parris Magistrate Corwin Magistrate Pike Betty Parris Abigail Parris Tituba John Proctor Rebecca Nurse Mary English Sr. Mary English Jr. Phillip English William English


There were seven but this is six: Abigail Williams, Betty Parris, Mary Warren, Susanna Walcott, Mercy Lewis, Ruth Putnam. Tituba was with them, but she is not one of the girls. She is an adult black woman.


There's actually six people who were accused, and those were Mercy Lewis, Ruth Putnam, Mary Warren, Abigail Williams, the servant, and the ministers daughter, Betty Parris. Youre welcome :)


shes the one who accueses her grandfather of witchcraft


Thomas Putnam is very bitter in 'The Crucible' because he thinks he is entitled, and all of his relatives should be entitled too. He blames all of his problems on someone else and doesn't realize that he is the master of his own destiny.


the characters of A Break With Charity is Susanna English Bridget Bishop Ann Putnam Sr. Ann Putnam Jr. Reverend Parris Magistrate Corwin Magistrate Pike Betty Parris Abigail Parris Tituba John Proctor Rebecca Nurse Mary English Sr. Mary English Jr. Phillip English William English


She wants her daughter Ruth to contact her dead sisters.


she sent her to contact the spirits of her dead children


Never! Ruth Putnam only exists in the Crucible, which is not based entirely in fact. Mostly likely Miller renamed Ann Putnam jr Ruth Putnam so she would not be confused with her mother, also named Ann.




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