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The Crucible - Mary Warren?

In the crucible did mary warren live with the proctors? (seeing she was their maid)

and did she have any blood related family in the book?

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  • LK
    Lv 7
    1 decade ago
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    Mary Warren was, yes, an 'in-home' servant of the Proctor's, though she tells them by Act 2, scene 2 that she must leave their house (which also points to the fact she lived there, as does her speech about never having seen any witchcraft in the Proctor home) to go to court and watch the witchcraft trials.

    She is used by Abigail, however, and Mary's "weak" character is quickly overcome by Abigail's strong one and is ultimately used against the Proctor's.

    Mary Warren is not related to the Proctors. She seems to have no blood family in the play at all. At that time, few servants who lived with those they served did.

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  • Anonymous
    4 years ago

    b)claims that she is an official of the court trying witches just saw the play, Mary Warren Is Elizabeth and John Proctors like house maid or something.

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