The Crucible Essay | The Crucible: Christ or Anti-christ?

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The Crucible: Christ or Anti-christ?

Summary: Arthur Miller's The Crucible consists of many characters, some evil, some good, and some characters that are only viewed as good people. Arthur Miller constructs this play with characters such as Elizabeth Proctor and Minister Hale, but he chooses to point out one character that would influence them all.
Arthur Miller's The Crucible consists of many characters, some evil, some good, and some characters that are only viewed as good people. For example, a faithful Christian character like Elizabeth does not lie and is unhindered by any evil. Minister Hale is also a strong believer in God and only hopes to do God's will. Arthur Miller constructs this play with characters such as Elizabeth Proctor and Minister Hale, but he chooses to point out one character that would influence them all. This main character would play as the tragic hero and lay down his life for the greater good. Arthur Miller introduces that one character as a male farmer by the name of John Proctor. John Proctor is portrayed in a Christ-like manner where he stands firmly against all evil, especially from the lies of an adolescent, but does not wholly resemble the Christ-figure...

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