Paris softened cause Abigale stole all of his money. He realized Abiagle was a lair
The play '' The Crucible'' was written by Arthur Miller. One of the characters in the play is Reverend Parris. Reverend Parris is the minister of Salem’s church. John Proctor and other townfolks hate him because he is power-hungry.
Abigail Williams is the niece to Reverend Parris. Abigail Williams was fired from her place of work by her boss wife, Elizabeth Proctor. Elizabeth Proctor discovered that Abigail Williams was having an affair with her husband.
Other Character include; Reverend John Hale( a committed Christian and hater of witchcraft), Thomas Putnam( a rich man in Salem that uses witch trials to increase himself), and many more.
MY PERCEPTION TO PARRIS APPARENT 'SOFTENING' ATTITUDE:
I believe Parris actually softened because of insecurity and also, he his worried about his reputation.
In addition, his niece(Abigail) left with his money.
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