The Crucible

Why does Elizabeth say that Mary is a mouse no more?

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She says that the witch court has given Mary importance and a sense of power over others.

It is a mouse no more. I forbid her [Mary] go, and she raises up her chin like the daughter of a prince and says to me, "I must go to Salem, Goody Proctor; I am an official of the court!"