in Act two of the Crucible: What does Giles report to the Proctors. What is the Significance of his revelation?
- HelloLv 41 decade agoFavorite Answer
i believe he talks about his wife reading a lot. and how he "can't" pray when she read these books. he thinks its weird because he has never had a wife that read that much.
later in the book she is accused of being a witch for this.
this might be later in the play though..