Who does Tituba accuse of being a witch?
it is in the first act of the book
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Tituba is led to accuse Goody Good and Sarah Osburn. She tells Parris and Hale that she had had dealings with the devil: "...And then he come one stormy night to me and he say, "Look! I have *white* people belong to me." And I look -- and there was Goody Good...And Goody Osburn."
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