Asked in The Crucible (play)
What do we learn about Mary warren's motives at the end of act 2 of the crucible?
at the end of act two, we learn that Mary Warren's motives are her actions. when john proctor propmts her to tell the court about the poppet, she expresses her true fears. "abby'll kill me for sayin' that! i cannot, they'll turn on me!" she fears that if she tells the court, she will be accused of witchcraft.