The Crucible Essay | The Bravest Character in Arthur Miller's The Crucible

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The Bravest Character in Arthur Miller's The Crucible

Summary: In Arthur Miller's play "The Crucible", John Procter's does everything he can for his wife's freedom. He would rather lose his fingers than cheat on his wife again, and he dies for keeping his good name. Due to the fact that Proctor loves his wife, he would rather die than cheat on her. This essay argues that for this reason, John Proctor is the bravest character in the play.
The Bravest Character of "The Crucible"

What can make a character of a play the bravest person? In Arthur Miller's play,

"The Crucible", John Procter's actions put him in the situation of being the bravest

person. He did everything for his wife's freedom, He would rather lose his fingers than

cheat on his wife again, and he dies for keeping his good name. Due to the fact that

Proctor loves his wife, he is willing to give up his life than cheats on her.

Although Procter cheats on his wife, but he is willing to do everything for helping

Elizabeth to get out of jail, is showing that he is a brave man. As he says, " I hade made a

bell of my honor! I have rung the doom of my good name-you will believe me, Mr.

Danfrth my wife is innocent...

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