What are Parris's character traits in act 1 of The Crucible?
In act 1 of The Crucible, the Reverend Parris shows himself to be quite selfish and more than a little paranoid. Rather than expressing his concern about his daughter's frightening condition, he seems to be far more concerned about his position and the threats he perceives to his power and status. Further, he is cruel to his slave, Tituba, and engages in what seem to be petty squabbles with John Proctor and Giles Corey.
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