Differences And Similarities Between Elizabeth And Mary

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Elizabeth and Mary have some unalike value systems compared to society. Elizabeth is more focus on her and John's marriage, although she is also worried about Salem their relationship is her main concentration. Mary on the other hand is more worried about her sense of belonging. Mary’s value system places a lot of stress on how she believes she's seen. Elizabeth’s main concern is more about John’s “goodness” and Mary’s main concern is what the public eye thinks of her.

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