The Crucible

What role does Parris play during the testimony ?

Act 3

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Basically Paris involves himself into every aspect of the court proceedings. Every bit of information is filtered through Paris for his own interests. When, for example, Proctor brings up the dancing in the woods, Paris sharply adds, "Since I came to Salem this man is blackening my name."