I, Tituba, Black Witch of Salem - Study Guide Part 2, Chapters 4, 5, 6 and 7 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 4 - Imprisoned in a barn in Salem, Tituba is visited by the apologetic Elizabeth Parris, who tells her that she now realizes the conspiracy against Tituba and that the conspiracy has spread to affect a large number of innocent women, now being tried as witches on the basis of evidence given by Abigail and the other girls. Elizabeth asks for Tituba's forgiveness for herself and for Betsey who, she adds, has been sent to live with a kinder, more tolerant uncle. Tituba also learns that John Indian has said he too has been possessed, and is upset to discover that he looks more prosperous than ever, adding in narration that after she was transferred to another prison she never saw him again. She narrates her shock and despair at learning that Hester hung herself (see "Quotes", p. 111), and begins to feel a...

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