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The Change in John Proctor

Summary: In Arthur Miller's "The Crucible," the character of John Proctor is heroic. He faces his deepest fears and guilt during dark times and faces death honorably. The reasons for his change throughout the novel are explained.
The John Proctor Analysis

Heroic figures shine out during the darkest of times. John Proctor, the main character in Arthur Miller's play The Crucible, shows heroic attributes while the city of Salem is undergoing the famous witch trials. Through this trying time Proctor faces his deepest fears and guilt, and faces death honorable. At the end of the play John Proctor is a changed man, you can see that through his conflicts with others, the motivation that he shows, and decisions that he makes.

Through out The Crucible John Proctor has friction with a couple of people. First in Act II, Proctor feels as if Elizabeth is judging him every second of the day. The reason for him to be judged is because their old servant Abigail Williams had an affair with Proctor. Elizabeth does not completely know this is true but she suspects. In...

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