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    represented by their course of action. In the story The Crucible by Arthur Miller John Proctor a troubled some man of sixty years has one wild life story to be shown. Mr. Proctor fights for what he believed in throughout the story even though some of his previous actions may contradict with his good name. To start Mr. Proctor’s story like many other people in Salem he fights to keep his good name and protect his family. Proctor distances himself from a certain individual that can ultimately…

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    infamous John Proctor. In the novel John shows several traits the portray the type of man he is. In the novel John shows the traits of Lust, Pride, and Stubbornness which ultimately lead to him kicking the bucket. In the Novel John shows lust throughout many different instances. One example of when john shows lust is when he…

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    Confession Throughout the whole play The Crucible there has been a cry of witchcraft in the town. Being that none of the townspeople knew the truth, there were many trials going on for weeks. One of the most affected characters in the play is John Proctor, he knew the truth and thought the whole situation was foolish. Now he has been accused of witchcraft, now he has to make a difficult decision whether to tell the truth and die or live a lie. For a moment he caved in and signed a confession…

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    important things to the people of Salem and most people of the 1600s. In the story of the Crucible, John Proctor shows how much his name means to him. And the different views on what having a good name really meant and how different people like Parris saw it and wanted a good name in for a different reason Keeping a good name is to keep pride for one's self and show that they're not a sinner. John Procter thought that keeping a good name was to be true to his wife and support his family and…

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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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    John Proctor experienced changes throughout the Crucible. At the begging John was an adulterer, he had a bad connection with his wife, and he had a temper. John had cheated on his wife with Abigail Williams. The affair created tension between him and his wife, the tension was clearly felt in the first scene that we see both the Proctors in. When John talks to Abigail in the woods he is physically and verbally aggressive towards her. John acts this way because he is sin ridden and he is not too…

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    the town. In The Crucible, there have been many cases where John Proctor, the main character has the characteristics of an “archetypal” tragic hero. Proctor did commit adultery in the play with Abigail Williams while he was married to his wife, Elizabeth Bassett-Proctor. He struggles with the weight of the sin of committing his adultery. During this time period, the Salem Witch Trials had just commenced and numerous…

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    happening in Salem, the protagonist, John Proctor was the only character…

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    each other, and families were torn apart. The person most to blame for the chaos is John Proctor, John took advantage of a young woman named Abigail Williams when his wife, Elizabeth Proctor, was ill. John used Abigail as a distraction from his sick wife and when Elizabeth found out about the affair she fired Abigail. As a child, Abigail witnessed her parents being murdered and she had no one to look up to, John showed her new ways to view the world, how to love and how to be loved. When he…

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    that is partially fictionized by the witchcraft in Salem. Through the time of the trial there were many inconsistencies that caused this trial to be prolonged, many characters were to blame for this . John Proctor is one of the characters who its to blame for the long duration of the witch trail. Proctor has too much pride, he prioritizes his reputation over his integrity. He didn’t want to…

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