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    John Proctor was a happily married man who made a mistake, the mistake of being with a woman who was not his wife. John Proctor never imagined the effect it would eventually have on his wife, his life, and his friends. The decision Proctor made when he decided to have a relationship with Abigail would end up killing him. When Proctor came to the realization that what he was doing was wrong and would ruin his name and life, he immediately ended things with Abigail which did not rest well with the…

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    soul leave me my name”. John proctor said this quote because he wasn't a witch but confused to be one to save his life. John Proctor was in his mid 30s and accused of witchcraft. They accused him when he was in court trying to save his wife's life by saying he plows on sundays and doesn't go to church. I compare myself to John Proctor by caring, hardworking, and stubborn. John Proctor and i are both similar in that we are caring. John Proctor and myself are both caring. John and I both care…

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    of the book from The Scarlet Letter by Nathaniel Hawthorne about sins of adultery. John Proctor's weakness was the sin of adultery with Abigail Williams behind Elizabeth Proctor’s back, his christian wife. John’s weakness defined him as an unloyal, dishonest husband for breaking the laws of marriage. Eventually, he confesses to his sin and overcomes it by sacrificing himself for his wife and the town of Salem. John Proctor’s sin of adultery had defined him an unloyal husband because of his…

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    it may be right or wrong. John Proctor’s excessive pride causes him to be unfaithful to his wife, protect his name, and choose death over life. To begin, John Proctor’s excessive pride caused him to be unfaithful to his wife. Beneath Proctor’s skin, the sin of being unfaithful to his wife is slowly devouring him. When Proctor had an affair with Abigail Williams, he violated one of the Ten Commandments, “Thou shalt not commit adultery.” This is one of the worst sins…

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    Arthur Miller’s The Crucible, John Proctor is the protagonist because of his drastic change from being selfish and deceptive to being selfless and benevolent towards the end of the story. In act II of the story, through Elizabeth’s words and suspicions the reader is informed on Proctors cowardness in going to the court to prove Abigail's illegitimacy. He is afraid to confront Abigail and the court because he will be tried for lechery as well. When Elizabeth confronts Proctor about her suspicions…

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    court as well as expose the deceit of the noxious court. Yet as Giles’ transience symbolizes ultimate sacrifice, John Proctor,…

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    Elizabeth -walks to the door seeming very vexed: Abigail drop your work would you please , i wish to speak with you. Abigail-comes to the house with very careless look on face: Is there a problem mistress proctor? Elizabeth- putting hand on hip: well abigail no need to seem so innocent in the matter, John has told me everything that has happened between the two of you with a non expressive look on face: what do you have to say for yourself. Abigail- looking flustered: well of course you must…

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    John Proctor has changed throughout the story because at the beginning he didn’t care much about what he did.Throughout the story he started to care and he wanted to make things right with his wife.He started to understand what he did was wrong and that he shouldn’t of done what he did with Abigail Williams.John committed the crime adultery and he didn’t want people to find out throughout the story because he would get in trouble.He used to not want redemption but now he does since…

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    John Proctor is an independent man. He does not succumb to the public opinion, and no one can change his mind. In, The Crucible, John Proctor openly admits his disdain for Reverend Parris and is not even ashamed to tell Parris himself. Proctor claims that Reverend Parris does not lead the church the right way, and he says that Parris only preaches about an angry God, and does not preach about a merciful and forgiving God. When Proctor comes to Salem to inquire about the reverend’s daughter,…

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    desired lover John Proctor. Abigail and John Proctor had an affair, John Proctor's wife dismisses Abigail from being their servant for that reason. As a method to have John Proctor, Abigail falsely accuses John Proctor's wife, Elizabeth Proctor, and many other citizens of committing the crime of the witchcraft. Witchcraft was viewed as a crime in their community since their whole community was completely Protestant. In the end, John Proctor was jailed and…

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