Page 11 Parris: “I saw Tituba waving her arms over the fire when I came on you. Why was she doing that? And I heard a screeching and gibberish coming from her mouth. She were swaying like a dumb beast over that fire!” 2.
Page 15-16 Ann Putnam: “And so I thought to send her to your Tituba” Rev Parris: “To Tituba! What ma Tituba---?” Ann: “Tituba knows how to speak to the dead, Mr. Parris.” 3.
Page 38 Ann Putnam: “Mr. Parris’s slave has knowledge of conjurin’, sir.” . . . Ann Putnam: “I know it, sir. I sent my child -- she should learn from Tituba who murdered her sisters.” 4.
Page 43: Abigail: “She made me do it! She made Betty do it!” Tituba: “Abby!” A: “She makes me drink blood!” . . . “No, no, sir, I don’t truck with no devil!” 5.
Page 44: Tituba: “I have no power on this child, sir.” Rev Hale: “You most certainly do, and you will free her from it now! When did you compact with the Devil? 6.
Page 44: Tituba: “No, no, don’t hand Tituba! I tell him I don’t desire to work for him, sir.” 7.
Page 47: Tituba: “ There was four. There was four.” Parris: “Who? Who? Their names, their names!” . . . T: “ He say Mr. Parris must be kill! Mr. Parris no goddly name, Mr. Parris mean man and no gentle man, and he bid me rise out of my bed and cut your throat! But I tell him “No! I don’t hate that man. I don’t want kill that man.” But he say, “You work for me, Tituba, and I make you free@ I give you pretty dress to wear, and put you way high up in the air, and you gone fly back to Barbados!” And I say, “You lie, Devil, you lie!” And then he come one stormy night to me, and he say, “Look! I have white people belong to me.” And I look -- and there was Goody Good. P: “Sarah Good!” T: “Aye, sir, and Goody Osburn” 8.
Page 122-123: Tituba: “We goin’ to Barbados, soon the Sevil gits here with the feather and the wings.” . . . “Take me home, Devil! Take me home!”...
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