The Crucible Essay | John Proctor's Tribulation

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John Proctor's Tribulation

Summary: Provides a character analysis of John Proctor from the Arthur Miller play, "The Crucible." Describes how his personal crucible, or test, is but of what more powerful than any other that one is to go through.
In Salem, Massachusetts, John Proctor undergoes as one of the few in the witch trials. His crucible, or test, is but of what more powerful than any other that one is to go through. He must decide who he is to take sides with, and using that determine the outcome of who is to be punished. He has a strong and honest personality, though he has committed a few sins in the past, with growing faith," I nailed the roof upon the church, I hung the door--"(66). He is constantly being blamed for his past mistakes with Abigail and how he knew her, which holds him back in what he strives to do. His goal is to do good, though he will have to confess to all of his mistakes in the past, shaming his name, but possibly saving many other lives.

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