John Proctor real version

John Proctor real version
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  • Tragic Hero
  • Hamartia
  • Hubris
  • You have already taken my soul. You can not take my name!
  • The tragic hero is John Proctor because he takes the penalties for his wrong doings when his wife is accused.
  • Peripeteia
  • His tragic flaw is that he has to much pride in himself. He wants his name and doesn't care that they take his soul.
  • Anagnorsis
  • John Proctor shows excessive pride when he says " You have taken my soul, don't take my name!"
  • Catharsis
  • The peripeteia occurs when John Proctor admits that he committed adultery.
  • John Proctor knows he has done wrong and must pay for his wrong doings. He sacrifices his own life to save his wife. Also when he is asked to sign the paper he does not, he rips it up.
  • When John Proctor is about to get hanged the towns people are very sad because he was such a well liked man.
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