The Crucible Elizabeth
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He chose this period, because this was the time when religion rule were the law for the people at this time.
She is trustworthy and calm.
"John, it come to naught that I should forgive you, if you'll not forgive yourself"
Because if she had a bad reputation her husband Proctor would have a bad reputation as well.
She confesses to Proctor that the reason Proctor cheated on her was because of Abigail. Elizabeth doesn't blame people for mistakes, and eventually goes negatively and blames herself.
Elizabeth wanted to stop her relationship with John Proctor. She notices that their relationship were already over for a long time ago.
Elizabeth starts to have a fight with Proctor about him cheating with Abigail, but around the end of the story she calms down and thought she was the origin of the problem.
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