The Crucible Essay | Proctor's Decision to Die in "The Crucible"

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Proctor's Decision to Die in "The Crucible"

Summary: An examination of John Proctor's real self by looking deeply at the dialogue and diction in Arthur Miller's "The Crucible." This examination proves to the reader that John Proctor's decision of death was a moral and unselfish choice, based solely to protect his family, himself, his friends, and his name from ridicule, humiliation, and persecution.
John Proctor's Decision of Death

By Daniel Waters

In Salem, to John Proctor, the reputations of people were more important than life itself. John Proctor was well-known and respected in the town until he had an affair with Abigail and was accused of witchcraft, after these events, he felt he could not live with himself, his friends, his family, and especially his children, because he felt he would be a bad example for them. Therefore, John Proctor's decision of death was a moral and unselfish choice, based solely to protect his family, himself, his friends, and his name from ridicule, humiliation and persecution.

John Proctor's Family and friendship were strong components in his decision to die. Husband and father of three, John proctor felt he could not raise his children to be men in the world if their father was immoral to his...

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