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I, Tituba, Black Witch of Salem Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part 2, Chapters 1, 2 and 3 Summary

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Part 2, Chapters 1, 2 and 3 Summary

Chapter 1 - At a meeting of three magistrates gathered by Samuel Parris, Betsey, Abigail and Anne Putnam denounce Tituba and two others as witches. Tituba proclaims her innocence, but later is beaten and sexually assaulted by four black clad men (one of whom she recognizes as Parris) in an attempt to make her confess and at the same time name other women in the village who joined her in practicing witchcraft. As he comforts his wife, John Indian again reminds her that her first duty is to survive, and that she must give her tormentors what they want. Later, as she and the other two accused are transported to jail, Tituba resolves to do as her husband suggests, and denounce the women of the town.

Chapter 2 - While in prison, Tituba shares a cell with a woman named Hester, who tells Tituba that...

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