Why has Mary Warren disobeyed her employers and gone to Salem? its in second act

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Mary has been appointed to the council. She feels this makes her an important person now, no longer a simple servant.

She places her new found responsibility above any obligation she has to John, saying, "So I'll be gone every day for some time. I'm -- I'm an official of the...

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because she wanted to see the acused witches.

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