C.Proctor rejecting Abigail's attempts to rekindle their relationship.
In The Crucible, Proctor has an affair with Abigail, even though he is married to Elizabeth. As Proctor is not an immoral character, he experiences deep regret over his actions, and he decides to end the affair. In this scene, Abigail tries to rekindle the relationship she had with Proctor. However, he refuses. Abigail attacks Proctor by telling him he is not a real man, as a weak and sickly wife has complete control over him.
Proctor rejecting Abigail's attempts to rekindle their relationship.
Based on the book The Crucible, Abigail falls in love with John and has an affair with him, despite the fact that he was already married to Elizabeth.
John Proctor realizes what he has done and decides to end the affair with Abigail who was their maid at the time but Abigail is desperate to rekindle their relationship and when he refuses to give in to her demands, she calls him a weak man who is controlled by his wife.
the answer is 1 Elizabath accusing Abigail of practicing witchcraft
Explaination Abigail is angry at Elizabeth. Saying she is a liar. We know its Elizabeth because Proctor says, "You'll speak nothin' of Elizabeth!"
Also what book is this from???