The Crucible Essay | Student Essay

This student essay consists of approximately 3 pages of analysis of John Proctor and Arthur Dimmesdale.
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John Proctor and Arthur Dimmesdale

Summary: Essay provides a compare and contrast of John Proctor and Arthur Dimmesdale.
The sixth commandment states, "Thou shall not commit adultery." This is something that both John Proctor from "The Crucible" and Arthur Dimmesdale from The Scarlet Letter committed. John Proctor's partner in crime (P.I.C.) is Abigail Williams and Arthur Dimmesdale's P.I.C. is Hester Prynne. The big difference between these two men is that John accepts his sin and Arthur does not. They both share the same sin, but they lived two different lives.

John Proctor is a stronger man than Reverend Arthur Dimmesdale. He accepted his sin and completed his duty to save his wife. Where, Arthur Dimmesdale hides his sin from the whole town and does not do his part in taking care of Pearl as a father. John did not have any second thoughts about bringing out his sin. He knew he committed it and he knew he needed to...

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