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When speaking with Danforth about his wife, Giles begins weeping.
What is the reason for this?
He is putting on a show to try to get Danforth to pity him and his wife.
He thinks if he cries that Danforth will believe he is remorseful and then will hear his evidence.
He fears she will be convicted and executed.
He feels he has betrayed her because he shared that he could not say his prayers when she was reading strange books.
He is weeping for his children who he thinks are about to lose their mother.