The Crucible

Hathorne does not think Parris should be with the because he seems to be unstable. What proof does Hathorne give to support his claim?

Crucible act 4

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Hawthorne: I met him yesterday coming out of his house, and I bid him good morning—and he wept and went his way. I think it is not well the village sees him so unsteady.


The Crucible