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John Proctor John Proctor is one of the main characters in Arthur Millers Crucible in the small town of Salem Massachusetts It discusses the madness of witchcraft in this town John is a liar because he lies to his wife Elizabeth by not telling her he had an affair with Abigail Williams Proctor is courageous because he admitted to his affair with Abigail in order to be honest to Elizabeth Proctor was also very brave for trying to save his wife from being hanged Proctor presents various personality traits as the play progresses but however at the end he emerges as a strong character who is essentially good and who is forgiven and forgives himself for his adultery with Abigail Williams Proctor is even tempered and does not support any party such as Reverend Parris and the towns church John Proctor has many personalities He lies he is even tempered and is yet very courageous throughout the play In act one Proctor has an affair with Abigail Williams and does not tell his wife Proctor tries to lie and hide his relationship with Abigail Williams but he could not Proctor did not only commit adultery by having an affair with Abigail Williams but his religious community does not accept what he has done He also took advantage of a servant that he employed and abused the trust as an employer and his wife lost all trust in him Proctor feels guilty about his relationship with Abigail When he is visited by Hale and asked about his commitment to the church his knowledge of the Ten Commandments is not very good When he is asked to recite the Ten Commandments Proctor forgets one commandment Thou shall not commit adultery The one he forgets is the one he committed which showed Hale that he did not learn his lesson Further more in Act four when proctor was on trial his true fate came to life When he
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