Crucible diary entries

I think my least favorite was the Danforth letter. She must be weakened; no woman should be pregnant and be forced to live under these conditions.

I want nothing but for her to forgive my lechery, and I want to act for her. I finally remember what a good women Elizabeth is. What would I do? It was not a matter of whether anyone simply believed them. I do not want to die, and I want to be an honest man.

How could I have forgotten such a trusting, loving wife? P Anyway, I hope you liked it.

The Diary of Mary Warren - Chapter 1

Your review has been posted. She began to confess a lie, and pointed Crucible diary entries me as a follower of the devil.

Like a child trying to elude reprimanding, he fabricated holes in every attempt we made to reason with Judge Danforth. Mary had tried to do as I told her, and speak in court what she knew about Abigail.

Why John, must you push me away so, I would ove you like no other, please return my feelings for you. For so long I have longed for you to only see me, but I am only a little girl to you, I may be twelve but my mind is so much older.

What good my confession could have brought never came, for they brought in Elizabeth to verify the act, and the dear, sweet woman, she lied to preserve me. And though I was not shocked, not offended, and certainly not amused, I found an uncontrollable bubble of laughter rising up in my chest.

So many times I saw success in my grasp, and just as many times it eluded me.

The Crucible - Act 1 – Abigail Diary.

It was deeply unsettling to see the way they mimicked each other unquestioningly, thoughtlessly. Then Abigail began to shiver and shriek, turning the blame of witchcraft on Mary. That was the control the court had taken over the accused women.

If I gave up my charges against Abigail, my wife would be guaranteed a year of life.

At one time I thought we were so far apart, and I had forgotten how well she knew me. I remember being brought to this cell, but I was not aware of it as it happened. It sits here, among these pages. Her statement was constantly attacked by Danforth and Parris, the stubborn, prideful rat.

This is what I think Abigail would write, there are four entries, each written differently, this one is written as a Persuasive Entry, when the character reflects their wishes for something or someone, each was written a page long. I write in this parchment because I cannot convey these feelings to anyone else without ruining your name, I am willing to do so much at the cost of my freedom, my soul in order for you to remain the man I oh so love.

I do not know how my wife fares. For this, I regret my inaction, and when I finally did speak out, it was too late. Were Parris an animal, I would have muzzled him and ceased his incessant howling.Free Essay: The Crucible character diary project (Descriptive entry) I awoke today with the light streaming into my room and hearing the birds chirping in.

The Crucible Act 3 "Excellency, he claims hard evidence for his wife's defence. I think in all justice you must -" but then Danforth interrupts him, stating that if should submit his evidence in proper affidavit.

For an English assignment, my class had to make a secret diary (which are apparently blasphemous?) that one of the main characters of the Crucible would have written. I chose John Proctor. We were supposed to have four types of entries: Narrative, Persuasive, Descriptive and Reflective.

Essay on Diary Entries From Hamlet Dear Diary - 2/3/13 Today absolutely was the worst day of my life. I feel sad from the bottom of my heart because my father was found dead.

Journal Entry 5 Abigail s Journal Entries Dear Diary, Today is certainly going in my favor! I woke up today, believing today would be all about Betty, and Uncle Parris would be crying over her still body.

Well, we were reading the Cruicible in my english class, we had to pick a character from the play and write what they would write if they had a Diary, things like this were forbidden in puritan society.

Crucible diary entries
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