Sarah Goode is one of the poorest residents of Salem village, often begging for money and sleeping outside because she cannot afford a home. She is also the mother of little Dorcas Goode. Though initially Tituba feels sympathy for Goodwife Goode, that sympathy melts once—as soon they are placed in the same room—Sarah Goode begins to call Tituba a witch. Frustrated by this betrayal, Tituba ultimately accuses Sarah Goode of witchcraft in her trial.
Sarah Goode Character Timeline in I, Tituba, Black Witch of Salem
The timeline below shows where the character Sarah Goode 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
Part 1: Chapter 12
Part 2: Chapter 1
Part 2: Chapter 2
Part 2: Chapter 3
...children, even though the devil asked her to do so; instead, she insists that Sarah Goode and Sarah Osborne hurt the young girls. Tituba testifies that she was threatened by these... (full context)
Part 2: Chapter 5
...aborted; she sings her old moonstone lament for them. Around the same time, Dorcas (Sarah Goode’s daughter) is placed in Tituba’s cell. When Dorcas asks Tituba where Sarah Goode is, Tituba... (full context)