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At the end of the act, Mary Warren turns on Proctor, accusing him of being "the devil's man." Why does she turn on him?
Select ALL that apply.
Mary fears that Proctor will not support her.
Mary has finally come to her senses and has seen Proctor for who he really is.
Mary feels extremely pressured by Abigail's accusations.
Mary thinks if she doesn't speak up, Hale will soon interject with evidence against her.
Mary sees an opportunity to easily shift blame onto another.