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    evidence of their senses. John Proctor couldn’t forgive himself from committing adultery and also sinning. In the town of Salem, John Proctor and Abigail Williams both uses the sin Lust. Abigail is in love with John Proctor although it’s Lechery. Abigail does everything she can after the affair to get John back which includes a repetitive lying pattern, even when he accepts it’s over. “John-I am waitin’ for you every night.” (Miller 469) Abigail still remains to have feelings for John. He…

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    was John proctor, as he is the main character in Arthur miller's drama the crucible. I will be analyzing this character and will be talking about he's meaning traits and descriptive phrases. Proctor he was not honest, committed adultery, was…

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    happening in Salem Massachusetts, John Proctor lives just a little out of the town. John first hear’s about people being accused of being witches and says people are crazy and have gone mad. John was a very hard working guy he was always working out in a field. John is all about his name and what people think of him. Well he had an affair on his wife with Abigail Williams one of their servants. John Proctor lied a lot and like I said just cared about his name. John acted like he was a good guy…

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    cause or influence change in a development. Many of the characters in The Crucible went through a test of their strength and personal integrity. John Proctor, Reverend Hale, and Reverend Parris all personify the meaning of crucible. John Proctor was perhaps the most important character in the play. He was the tragic hero. He is married to Elizabeth Proctor and she is pregnant with his child.…

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    death, and do whatever it takes to spread the truth. That being said, John Proctor, of Arthur Miller’s The Crucible is without a doubt a good individual. He is a hardworking and truthful man, he sacrifices himself for the sake of others, restoring honor in the family name, and he does whatever it takes to spread the truth, hiding beneath the lies of the citizens in Salem. First of all, like many other people in Salem, John Proctor is a faithful and hardworking man farmer. He is dedicated to…

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    Characters such as John Proctor and Abigail Williams in Arthur Miller’s “The Crucible” take drastically different actions in accordance to the Salem Witch Trial crisis. All of the measures taken in the town directly relate to Puritan religious principles, whether they be reflective of John and Rebecca’s honest and godly tactics to end the madness, or Abigail and Judge Danforth’s objective of feeding the fire of the town crisis with their greedy lies in order to gain power. As a strict religious…

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    to argue that John Proctor is the root of all cruelty in the play The Crucible. His actions towards Elizabeth, Abigail, and even himself reflect how cruelty affects not only the victim but also the perpetrator. Elizabeth Proctor, the wife of John Proctor, was subject to cruelty in several emotional ways. John had committed the crime of lechery, a sin of ultimate betrayal. Doing so brought out cold emotion and heartache towards him and henceforth caused her lack of forgiveness. John guilted her…

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    one must realize his wrongs and act upon them to make a difference. Sadly, this was not done by John Proctor due to his lack of honesty and integrity in Arthur Miller’s play The Crucible. He must stop the Salem witch trials but fails to do so. Although, Arthur MIller states Proctor is a tragic hero, John Proctor is a failure because of his inability to bring justice to Salem. For starters, John Proctor is indeed a sinner like all people, but, hides it in such a way that the people of his town,…

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    Crucible; John Proctor “The Crucible” by Artur Miller is a play based in Salem Massachusetts. John Proctor, Elizabeth Proctor, Reverned Hale, and Abigail are the main characters. The play is based on witchcraft. John Proctor’s wife is accussed of witchcraft. Proctor shows how heroic he is because of Elizabeth and Abigail’s actions. Proctor is a loyal man to his friends, and espically to his wife. “i will cut off my hand before i will ever reach for you again.” In this scene Proctor has a…

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    John Proctor Reflection

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    the case with a man named John Proctor. This story goes back to the time of the Salem witch trials, where telling the truth was rare, and accusing innocent people was at an all time high. John Proctor happened to get in the middle of all this drama and eventually was accused of witchcraft. He tried to tell the court he was innocent and they wanted to believe him, but they wanted to keep their reputation more. So they weren 't going to just let him off the hook. They told John…

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