HaleThe relationship between John Proctor and Rev.

Now that the affair is over, John must prove himself worthy of Elizabeth's trust and love, and must try to redeem his good character and to be a good Christian....

John trys to avoid any involvement in the Salem witch trials.

The name of John Proctor could be considered his most prized possession.
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One of the main characters is John Proctor.

John and Elizabeth were approached by Reverend Hale, a supposed expert with witches, in front of their house, to warn them about Elizabeth being mentioned in court and to ask about their Christian faith....

John Proctor is the tragic hero of this story.

Arthur Miller’s ‘The Crucible’ was written so that people at the time could relate what had happened in Salem with the McCarthyism happening at that time....

Their relationship is like this because Elizabeth found out about John and Abis affair.
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The Crucible; John Proctor; Table of Contents

The character John Proctor seems to represent and show the viewpoint of a real man, unaffected by hysteria; a difficult thing to portray during the 1950's in the USA, due to the fear and hate of Communism and the 'witch' hunt for communists.

Who was to blame for the death of John Proctor

In the play, The Crucible, Arthur Miller portrays John Proctor, the protagonist, as a tragic hero who has a major flaw—lust for Abigail, his teenage house servant.

The Crucible By Arthur Miller timeline | Timetoast …

John Proctor is seen as a tragic hero because he had a tragic flaw, which was a lust for sex, which lead to an affair with Abigail, he had free choice of whether or not he was going to be hanged but adm...

The Crucible By Arthur Miller Timeline ..

On the other hand, Arthur Miller defines “tragedy” as a characteristic common to all human beings who are willing to give up their lives for the necessary and righteous causes, and for their dignities.

Miller wrote, "The Crucible is taken from history.

We are told that, prior to the beginning of the play, John Proctor and Abigail Williams, his previous house servant, had an affair behind the back of Elizabeth Proctor, John's wife.

The Crucible - The Marriage of John and Elizabeth Proctor

Arthur Miller’s The Crucible’s protagonist John Proctor proves to be a flawed human being who struggles to make sense of his past relationship with Abigail, his love for his wife, and his pride....

John Proctor's Pride and Reputation in The Crucible …

Abigail Williams’s lust for John Proctor and her desire for attention motivate her to falsely accuse innocent women of witchcraft, resulting in the regret and desperation she feels in regard to the choices she...