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She is more inquisitive, more independent, and braver, as well. From the age of twelve, when she has an adventure with wolves and local Indiansboth greatly feared by the townspeopleto her brutal and sudden death at twenty-three, Ruth goes her Page 12 own way. Deserted by the father she has just come to know, she is made a scapegoat by people who did not understand her, and thus disliked her. Comment Basing his story on a true happening (the hanging of a young woman as a witch in Stratford nearly fifty years before the famous witch trials in Salem, Massachusetts), the author creates a cast of characters and a series of incidents to illustrate how this unusual circumstance might have come about.
Select one of these activities, such as preparation of meals, making of clothing, caring for the sick, educating the children, worshipping God. Research your topic. Prepare an oral report for class. 4. Why was Wethersfield an important settlement? Witches' Children: A Story of Salem Patricia Clapp New York: Lothrop, Lee & Shepard, 1982. 160p. (1, 2, 3) Told years later from the point of view of Mary Warren, who had been a bound girl in the house of John and Elizabeth Proctor, a strange and sad tale of fear, superstition, terror, and skewed justice unfolds.
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