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Tituba of Salem Village
by Ann Petry
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 006440403X, Paperback)Tituba, the minister's slave, gazed into the stone watering trough. She did not see her own reflection. Instead, she saw a vision of herself, surrounded by angry people. The people were staring ather. Their faces showed fear. That was several years ago. It is now 1692, and there is strange talk in Salem Village. Talk of witches. Several girls have been taken with fits, and there is only one explanation: Someone in the village has been doing the devil's work. All eyes are on Tituba, the one person who can tell fortunes with cards, and who can spin a thread so fine it must be magic. Did Tituba see the future that day at the watering trough? If so, Could she actually be hanged for practicing witchcraft?
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In the Salem, Massachusetts village where Tituba lives in 1692, the superstition and hysteria is mounting and the trials are just beginning against the witches.
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