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I, Tituba, Black Witch of Salem Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part 1, Chapters 11 and 12 Summary

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Part 1, Chapters 11 and 12 Summary

Chapter 11 - After a sleepless night in which John Indian harshly reminds her that she, and all black people, were hated and feared by all whites, Tituba watches as Abigail and Betsey again go into their screaming, writhing performance at breakfast. This time they are brought out of it by John throwing a pail of cold water on them. At church, in front of the whole community, Abigail throws another fit, but Betsey doesn't. Back at the house, Tituba finds an opportunity to be alone with Betsey and asks what she's doing, but Betsey tells her to leave her alone, and that she and all "Negresses" are pure evil. Going back downstairs, Tituba and her disappointment take refuge in the kitchen, where she is visited by one of the town matrons who urges her to magically rid herself of the danger and persecution...

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