The Crucible

act 3 in the crucible

what do you think is parris' motivation for not wanting to accept Mary Warren's assertion that the girls are pretending?

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If Abigail's actions reflect upon her uncle, he will most likely lose his position in the community. He would rather watch innocent people be hung than to admit any knowledge or involvement in the girls actions. Parris, at the least, is guilty of complacency. 


The Crucible