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Summary: John has very different relationships with both the women. John kills himself because he loves both of them and cannot cope with it any more. He committed a sin and was the devils man and when asked to admit to it he would not, if you commit a crime you must do the time, but I suppose he would of got killed any so even though he didn't admit it he got killed, where as if he did admit it he would of been killed anyway.
In 1964 when the crucible was set there was a set attitude towards marriage. The social and historical context of the play in the relation to the affair is the fact that they don't act like lovers when there are people around, they believed that adultery was a sin. There were 10 commandments in which committing adultery is one of the main sins. Women had no power over anything and there views where not even heard, let alone taken into account.

The relationship between Abigail and john proctor was very passionate, sneaky and dramatic, they let out there true feelings to each other and were not embarrassed to tell each other how they actually feel.' Sweated like a stallion whenever I came near' this shows that she is not afraid to admit what she thinks and feels very highly of herself to think that he would sweat when he came...

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