The Crucible Essay | Student Essay

This student essay consists of approximately 3 pages of analysis of Elizabeth Proctor.
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Elizabeth Proctor

Summary: Discusses The Crucible, by Arthur Miller. Provides a character analysis of Elizabeth Proctor. Considers why she is accused of witchcraft.
In the novel, The Crucible by Arthur Miller shows very diverse and dynamic characters. One such character is Elizabeth Proctor. She is a petite woman with dark brown hair and rarely smiles because of all the terrible things that have happened to her. She is a good Christian, never lies, overacts sometimes, courageous, and stands up for herself. Elizabeth has never done anything to hurt people, but some people think differently. They see her as a witch because of the evidence that Abigail Williams supposedly has, but is truly a lie. Elizabeth knows that she is not a witch and has never done witchcraft, but when she had most of the town accusing her, all she could do was surrender to the accusations. Why was Elizabeth Proctor accused of witchcraft? It was all because of Abigail, but Elizabeth stayed strong and she would not let them get to...

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