how Mary Warren gives for accusing Goody Good of being a witch?
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Mary uses the excuse that Goody Good mumbled for accusing her of witchcraft.
MARY: (Like one awakened to a marvelous secret insight.) So many time, Mister Proctor, she come to this very door beggin‘ bread and a cup of cider—and mark this— whenever I turned her away empty—she mumbled.
ELIZABETH: Mumbled! She may mumble, hungry.
MARY: But what does she mumble? You must remember, Goody Proctor—last month—a Monday, I think—she walked away and I thought my guts would burst for two days after. Do you remember it?
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