The Crucible Essay | Character Analysis of John Proctor

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Character Analysis of John Proctor

Summary: An analysis of the character John Proctor from Arthur Miller's play "The Crucible." A determined, sincere man of integrity, Proctor maintained his strong beliefs and protected his good name, paying for such a stand with his own life.
In The Crucible by Arthur Miller, John Proctor, a local farmer who lives just outside town, is one of the leading roles. John was determined, sincere and full of integrity. As the protagonist of the play he was also a proud man and he stood for what he believed.

As the play begins, the audience finds out about the affair he had with his hired help Abigail Williams, who is a forceful girl who will do anything to get what she wants. When John has a talk with Abigail he states, "I will cut my arms off before I ever reach for you again" saying that he truly regrets what he has done and feels very bad from it. Eventually John tells Elizabeth, his wife and she is forgiving of his sin, but no matter what he says John still feels terrible guilt and he...

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