The Crucible

What does Reverend Parris claim the town owes him? What does this say about him?

Act 1

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Parris claims that the town owes him the deed to his house. He also thinks that he should be able to keep the golden candlesticks that belong to the parish. He also thinks his firewood should be cut and stocked for him. This shows Parris to be greedy and self-centered.