I, Tituba, Black Witch of Salem

I, Tituba, Black Witch of Salem

by

Maryse Condé

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Little Anne Putnam Character Analysis

Little Anne Putnam is Goodwife Putnam’s daughter and one of Abigail’s best friends. Anne helps to catalyze the frenzy in Salem when, while a crowd of villagers watches, she has a fit and claims to see the devil himself. Later, Anne Putnam (along with Abigail) becomes one of the most viciously vocal accusers.
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Little Anne Putnam Character Timeline in I, Tituba, Black Witch of Salem

The timeline below shows where the character Little Anne Putnam appears in I, Tituba, Black Witch of Salem. The colored dots and icons indicate which themes are associated with that appearance.
Part 1: Chapter 9
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Desire, Patriarchy and the Difficulty of Feminism Theme Icon
All the villagers from Salem, including John Proctor and Anne Putnam, come to greet (and do some snooping around) Parris. While Parris hems and haws... (full context)
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...becomes a point of interest for many of the teenage girls in the town (especially Anne Putnam and her servant, Mercy Lewis). Led by Abigail, these girls push Tituba for stories... (full context)
Part 1: Chapter 12
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Archival History vs. Memory Theme Icon
...the Putnam household, recalling that Goodwife Putnam often has visions of demons. Currently, her daughter Anne is having a fit in which she claims to see the devil in front of... (full context)
Part 2: Chapter 3
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...a pretty yellow bird. Lastly, she testifies to having pinched and hurt other villagers (including Anne Putnam). (full context)
Part 2: Chapter 4
Slavery and Daily Life  Theme Icon
Desire, Patriarchy and the Difficulty of Feminism Theme Icon
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...of the most respected villagers in the entire parish—has been accused by Abigail and young Anne Putnam. If Goodwife Nurse can be taken down, Tituba fears even more greatly for her... (full context)
Part 2: Chapter 7
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...now one of the town’s main accusers, often being even more aggressive than Abigail and Anne. (full context)