Danforth learns that the girls danced in the woods

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Danforth learns that the girls danced in the woods. Hathorne questions Mary Warren and asks her to  pretend to faint. When she cannot, he insists that she is lying now because she cannot faint as she  claims to have done before. Danforth asks Abigail if she could have imagined the spirits. Abigail denies such a possibility.  Suddenly Abigail and the other girls claim that Mary Warren is sending out her spirit against them. Proctor calls Abigail a whore and tells the court about their affair. He then defends his wife Elizabeth  by saying that she is incapable of lying. The court summons Elizabeth. When she enters the room,  no one will speak and she notices that Proctor and Abigail both have their backs to her. When  Danforth asks Elizabeth why she dismissed Abigail, Elizabeth lies, concealing Proctor and Abigail's  affair. Abigail and the girls again begin accusing Mary Warren, who recants again and claims that Proctor 
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This note was uploaded on 12/08/2011 for the course ENG 3550 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '09 term at Texas State.

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