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This student essay consists of approximately 2 pages of analysis of Reverend Samuel Parris from "The Crucible".
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Reverend Samuel Parris from "The Crucible"

Summary: An analysis of the character of Reverend Samuel Parris from "The Crucible" by Arthur Miller.
"For the people." This statement can readily be applied to Reverend Samuel Parris. Rev. Parris was a good man who was trying to find his place in Salem as a good minister who wanted the people of Salem to trust and believe in him. He was the new minister of the town of Salem. He was in an effort to try and win over the town of Salem through the power of god. The events in Arthur Miller's The Crucible, made it difficult for Reverend Samuel Parris to gain popularity among the people of Salem and he felt that he was being persecuted wherever he went.

He caught his daughter, Betty, with Mercy Lewis, Ruth Putnam, Mary Warren, and Abigail Williams dancing in the woods with Tituba. He tought they were performing witchcraft and now he is terrified that he will be thrown out...

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