There is a narrow window at the left. Through its leaded panes the morning sunlight streams. A candle still burns near the bed, which is at the right. A chest, a chair, and a small table are the other furnishings. At the back, a door opens on the landing of the stairway to the ground floor. The room gives up an air of clean spareness. The roof rafters are exposed, and the wood colors are raw and unmellowed.
The play begins with this description of Reverend Parris' bedroom.
Given your knowledge of the entire first act, what does the passage most likely indicate?