Characters of The Crucible

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JOHN PROCTOR

a local farmer who lives outside town. He has sinned and cheated on his wife.

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REVEREND PARRIS

Minister of Salem's church. The Reverend is a paranoid, power-hungry yet oddly self-pitying figure.

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BETTY PARRIS

Rev. Parris' ten-year-old daughter. Her illness fuels the first rumors of witchcraft.

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REVEREND HALE

A young minister reputed to be an expert on witchcraft. His arrival sets hysteria in motion; later he has regrets.

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CHEEVER

Clerk of court in Salem; determined to do his duty to uphold the law

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ELIZABETH PROCTOR

Supremely virtuous but often cold. She believes she lead her husband to cheat.

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THOMAS PUTNAM

He uses the witch trials to increase his own wealth by buying up others' land.

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HERRICK

The marshal of Salem. He arrests many of the accused.

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REBECCA NURSE

A wise, sensible, and moral woman who is held in high regard by most of Salem. She falls victim to the hysteria.

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MERCY LEWIS

The servant in Thomas Putnam's household. She runs away at the end of the play.

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MARTHA COREY

Her reading habits along with accusations of placing spells lead to her arrest and conviction for witchcraft.

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ABIGAIL WILLIAMS

Rev. Parris' niece. She is smart, wily, a good liar and vindictive when crossed. She had an adulterous relationship with Proctor.

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TITUBA

Rev. Parris' black slave from Barbados.

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DANFORTH

Deputy Governor of Massachusetts and the judge who presides over the witch trials.

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MARY WARREN

The servant in the Proctor household and a member of Abigail's "group." She is timid and easily influenced.

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ANN PUTNAM

Wife of Thomas; a very bitter woman. Only one of her 8 babies survived.

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GILES COREY

A brave and moral man known as somewhat of a rascal who brings a lot of lawsuits in Salem. He is "pressed" to death.

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RUTH PUTNAM

The lone surviving child of her parents' eight. She also falls into a strange stupor after Rev. Parris catches the girls in the forest.


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