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Parris's house represents Parris's own agenda. He feels the house should be given to him because he is the town's priest. This really becomes an extension of the sort of person he is.
The woods- Wild, ungodly, the setting that sparks the hysteria.
Proctor's house- tension, discontent yet a hold out to the hysteria of the town.