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Essay | Static and Dynamic Characters in The Crucible

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Static and Dynamic Characters in The Crucible

Summary: The Crucible by Arthur Miller shows both static and dynamic characters. John Proctor is a dynamic character, this is shown through events, motivating forces, and circumstances.
The Crucible by Arthur Miller shows both static and dynamic characters. John Proctor is a dynamic character, this is shown through events, motivating forces, and circumstances.

John Proctor is a changing character throughout the whole play. He goes from being a quiet "farm boy," to being a man with a lot of courage. In the beginning of the play Proctor comes off as a very shy character with not much to say about anything. Finally Proctor has had enough when he shouts "Woman, I'll not have your suspicion anymore!" Proctor seems to keep things inside, until they get to be too much. He is always trying to please his wife Elizabeth. He has not left the farm in seven months. He says he has not left due to Elizabeth's sickness, really I think it's because he wants her forgiveness. Proctor seems to never...

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