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    The character of John Proctor is used throughout the play ‘The Crucible’ in order to convey the idea that both good and evil are not absolute. Proctor as the protagonist is described as a good man, even tempered and not easily led. Miller’s third essay suggests to the audience that Proctor has previously committed a sin against moral laws. As a married man to Elizabeth Proctor, John admits to an affair had with seventeen year old Abigail Williams. He believes his affair with Abigail ruined his…

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    Reverend Hale vs John Proctor In the play The Crucible by Arthur Miller, there are two main characters, Reverend Hale and John Proctor. Both of them are portrayed as two very well respected men in the play. They both play a big role in this play, as Hale is an intellect and an expert in witchcraft, while Proctor is a farmer who stands against witchcraft. Ultimately, Hale helps Proctor by siding with him when Proctor was accused of witchcraft. However, Proctor chooses his own fate and he is…

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    entire play of The Crucible by Arthur Miller, John Proctor sacrificed himself in so many different manners. As the protagonist, John Proctor, learns from his flaws, yet also begs for forgiveness, therefore initiating him to truly grow the goodness inside a man. In the beginning of the play, John Proctor makes a big mistake regarding Elizabeth Proctor and their relationship, as he tested the limits by cheating on his wife with Abigail Williams. By John Proctor refusing to lie about witchcraft and…

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    The Crucible Essay - John Proctor The Crucible is a play that that follows a few characters in the time of the Salem Witch Trials. John Proctor, a main character, is a dynamic character. A dynamic character is a character that changes from the beginning to the end of a novel, due to conflicts they experience. When the book starts off, John is deceitful and a fraud, has a distant relationship with his wife, Elizabeth, and still has feelings for Abigail Williams. Towards the middle of the book,…

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    my name!” John Proctor pleaded this as he was denied of his confession, and condemned to hang. John Proctor wa a middle aged farmers in Salem during the Salem Witch Trials. He was accused of witchcraft due to his minuscule attendance at church, and he tried to tell the court the truth, that the group of girls were lying and fking their visions and fits. He was hanged at the tail end of the trials because the court would not take his confession, but he passed on with his pride. John Proctor and I…

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    the most dynamic characters, John Proctor, heavily displays the true demeanor of a hero. Despite his fatal flaw, Proctor obtains noble characteristics and righteous qualities that cannot be dismissed, which are evident in his final decision regarding the hangings. John’s decision leaves an everlasting impression in Salem, being that he hangs on the theory of honesty even when he is surrounded in an environment far from it. Throughout the duration of the play Proctor displays an immense amount of…

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    others and the world. The character John Proctor, is a farmer and a well liked man in Salem. He is the tragic hero in the Crucible because of an affair he had, his mistake in judgement, and his personality flaw. John Proctor is a well-known…

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    they went along by doing things.John Proctor was a very noble man full of dignity and pride thus shun himself from engaging intimately with works of the devil, yet he was wrongfully accused of participating in witchcraft due to people in the town especially abigail she was the main person behind all the corruption of the town , thus procter committed lechery no man was perfect and he did the right thing by confessing, But mr hale wouldnt rest it for…

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    s John C Maxwell once said, “A man must be big enough to admit his mistakes, smart enough to profit from them, and strong enough to correct them.” The theme of this quote can speak largely for John Proctor, one of the main characters in Arthur Miller’s The Crucible. The reader first meets Proctor as a sinful man because of his past relationship with Abigail Williams. As the story progresses, John becomes willing to repent and act upon his past actions. Towards the end of the story, heroically,…

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    Crucible is John Proctor. John Proctor possessed an abundant power in Salem. In The Crucible by Arthur Miller, John Proctor used his power to stop the witchcraft hysteria; causing him to put himself in a paradox. The act of sacrificing can be undoubtedly difficult for someone to do. John Proctor sacrifices himself multiple times throughout The Crucible. One time he sacrifices himself is when he was confessing to witchcraft and he did not mention any names. Judge Danforth asks Proctor if he has…

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