The Crucible: John Proctor

The Crucible: John Proctor
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  • John Proctor at the beginning of the play: Proud Typically honest Had an affair with Abigail Williams, while being married Upstanding citizen Seen as a leader
  • How John Proctor changed: He changed from being a sinner of adultery to someone who wanted to change and become a better person to set things right. He was giving up his life to become a good man
  • Why he changed: He changed at first because he wanted to save his wife. He didn't want to ruin his name , so you could say he was a coward, but by the end of the book he confessed his mistakes to set his wife free. Ultimately when he couldn't save her he wanted to become a good man so he owned up to his mistakes
  • The Crucible: John Proctor
  • by Holly Blaska
  • Relation to a crucible: John Proctor relates to the definition of "a severe, searching test or trial" because he was tested to find the good in himself tried himself mentally of his decisions and actions
  • Important quotes/ lines "I labor the earth from dawn of day to blink of night, and I tell you true, when I look to heaven and see my money glaring at his elbows-it hurt my prayer..."(pg 65) "I speak my own sins; I cannot judge another. I have no tongue for it." (pg 141)
  • John Proctor's theme song: Take Me to Church by Hozier This song represents John Proctor because it talks about worshipping a church with a shrine of lies and people were lying of witchcraft and people believed they were true. The song also talks about confessing sins and that the church "can sharpen their knife" and about the person giving their life, which represents John Proctor well in the end of the book.
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