Crucible Justice Quotes

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The crucible was a play that was written by the man Arthur Miller, this play was based and surrounded on the Salem witch trials. The Salem witch trials happened in 1692 but Arthur had written this play to show the familiarity in which unfair laws and justice were served in the Second red scare. Witches were on trial in Salem, communists were also pegged for being a danger into the society in this point of time. People were accused of breaking laws that were just absurd and then the worst punishment they could have received was death. In the play he shows the detail of how people were blaming each other just to cover themselves from the powerful people in the justice system. The play has lots of main ideas and themes such as truth and justice. …show more content…
He shows us this throughout the play. He has lots of traits that make him stand out compared to all other characters. John Proctor stands on what he believes in and has all of the right to. He never lost sight of what matters. Throughout the play John Proctor makes some mistakes. He had an affair with one of the characters, Abigail. He shows his honestly by telling the court this. He also tells her no basically, when she comes back. In quote “But I will cut off my hand before I ever reach for you again” end quote. Proctor tells his wife Elizabeth the whole truth about his trip to Salem, Abigail and him were all alone. ' 'Whatever you will do, it is a good man does it. ' ' Elizabeth says to John, this shows how truly deep her love is for this man. Elizabeth is the wife of Proctor and they are both entitled to each other and all that they have to offer. At the beginning of the play she is pegged as an over dramatic mean lady and towards the end of this play she is more looked at as a loving and more caring …show more content…
The best thing is that he hears John Proctor and Mary Warrens stories and he is convinced they are in fact being truthful. He also strongly believes that Abigail is in fact lying, Hale comes to the realization that he is not in charge of the trials at this point and it is no longer in his hand. The only thing he has left to do now is accept his fate, the terrors of his actions now have an effect on other people. He comes to Salem a different person. Hale has to go into pleading with the people accused asks the guilty to lie as he feels terrible because their fate will be because of his actions. “There is blood on my head” he knows the truth but fears and knows that at this point it is too late. There is nothing that is impossible and so as he works to fix his wrong doing and make things right. As a person in the audience he lost my respect at first because he was not showing the belief of what he stood for but instead backs down and kind of gives up. Arthur uses a character to kind of guide the rest of the cast and that would be the nurse Rebecca. She’s respectable and one of the boldest representations of standing in what you believe in. As she did change John Proctors decisions in doing what she believed was right. She was full of character and a great asset to this story. A real martyr for this play and she was killed so

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