This person represents an actual historical figure who was in charge of the colony.
This person is a physician.
This person is a young, charismatic minister at the center of this novel.
These people believe the magistrates have been too easy on the accused woman and suggest branding or execution as appropriate punishments.
This person, who makes several provoking, although short, appearances in the novel, represents an actual historical figure, who was executed for witchcraft in 1656.
The person is the result of the crime at the center of the novel.
This person is the protagonist of the novel.
This person gives the daughter a long gold chain at the end of the novel.
Another historical figure, this person prods the town pastor to interrogate the accused woman about the identity of...
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