The Crucible (play)

Where does act 3 take place in The Crucible by Arthur Miller?


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2011-12-12 12:20:56
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Act three mainly takes place in the court house.

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Elizabeths finds out that Abigail is going to try and kill her, to take her spot as Proctors Wife

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If you are talking about The Crucible by Arthur Miller then Reverand Hale wants John Proctor to take his knowledge of Abagail's lies to the court and expose her. John is hesitant to do so for fear that Abagail will tell everyone about their affair


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The Reverend wants John Proctor to take the information he has to court and expose Abigail for being a liar and a fraud. This idea is upsetting to John because he is worried Abigail will try to get revenge by telling everyone they had an affair. The Crucible was penned by Arthur Miller.

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