The Crucible Essay | John Proctor: the Most Corageous Character

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John Proctor: the Most Corageous Character

Summary: Many characters display acts of courage in Arthur Miller's play "The Crucible." However, one character in particular has more courage than the others. That character is John Proctor. He speaks out against Reverend Parris even though no one else does, confesses to an affair with Abigail to save his wife's life, and chooses to be hanged over living in shame with his name on the church door. After reading "The Crucible", I feel the most courageous character is John Proctor.
Many characters display acts of courage in Arthur Miller's play "The Crucible." However, one character in particular has more courage than the others. That character is John Proctor. He speaks out against Reverend Parris even though no one else does, confesses to an affair with Abigail to save his wife's life, and chooses to be hanged over living in shame with his name on the church door. After reading "The Crucible", I feel the most courageous character is John Proctor.

One example of Proctor's courageousness is in act two of the play when Reverend Hale comes to the Proctor house to talk to John and his wife, Elizabeth. Proctor openly admits the reason he is rarely in attendance at church and why only two of his boys are baptized. Proctor says that he doesn't like Parris and he sees "no light of God in...

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