The Crucible

What is Mary Warren's defense for claming now that she never saw no spirits?

The Crucible Act 3

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She says that they were just pretending, that they never saw spirits.

Mary admits that the whole thing was pretense, and it was pretense with the other girls, too. It, however, doesn’t take long for Abigail to scare Mary into participating in the witch charade again.