The Crucible

Why does Rev. Parris become upset at the thought that Betty's illness is a result of unnatural causes?

Act 1 The Crucible

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Reverend Samuel Parris symbolizes the particular quality of moral repression and paranoia that drive the trials. Miller immediately establishes Parris as a man whose main concern is his reputation and status in the community, rather than the well-being of his daughter.