Start: Why, you taught me goodness, ther
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Start: Why, you taught me goodness, therefore you are good. It were a fire you walked me through, and all my ignorance was burned away.
End: You will be amazed to see me every day, a light of heaven in your house, a--. Why are you cold?
For full extended monologue, see:
Miller, Arthur. The Crucible, Penguin Books, 1988, pp 150.