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The Crucible, A Study of John Proctor

Summary: Explores the character of John Proctor from the Arthur Miller play, The Crucible. Questions if John Proctor made the right decision at the end of the play. Concludes that John Proctor was a selfish man and he made the wrong decision at the end of the play.
Did John Proctor make the right decision at the end of the play? A reader's toughest question after they read Arthur Miller's The Crucible. Arthur Miller was a very creative writer, when he compared the Salem Witch trials to the American Political scene of his time. John Proctor was a good example of Miller's message because he was trying to decide between lying to save himself or dieing in spite of the truth. John Proctor was a selfish man and he made the wrong decision at the end of the play.

John Proctor was an ordinary Puritan man. He was religious and took care of his wife and children. Unfortunately, his wife Elizabeth became ill for a significant amount of time. Even though John loved his wife, he committed adultery with there seventeen year old maid Abigail. John tries to explain to Abigail...

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