As seen in "The Crucible," what does Sarah Good do to save hersef from hanging?

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Arthur Miller, in his play "The Crucible," examines the hysteria which existed within the village of Salem, Massachusetts in 1692 (during the Salem Witch Trials). Many villagers were accused of witchcraft based up old and current feuds, personality conflicts, and uncertainty.

Sarah Good is a villager who does not live up to the...

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