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Giles Corey Rebecca Nurse and John Proctor all have something in common which endanger them when the witch-hunt begins The play The Crucible by Arthur Miller is a portrayal of the Salem witch trials In the play there are three characters Giles Rebecca and John all die at the end These three people all have something in common which endangers them during the witch-hunt and later leads to their deathThe one thing that these three people have in common is that they are all full of pride One of these people is Giles Corey In the play he is killed for two different things One thing was that he would not give Danforth the name of the person who told him that Thomas Putnam was trying to get rid of the people in the town so that he could buy their land when they were gone This is what originally got him arrested Later they charged him as a witch and he would not answer his indictment Because he didnt answer his indictment they could not charge him with being a witch Therefore he saved his name and his prideAnother person who has the same thing in common with Giles is Rebecca Throughout the play there are time where she shows the reader these qualities When she is faced with something she will always follow her religion Never will she go against her religion even if it means to save her life An example from the book is when she is in court and in jail Hale is begging with her to confess She will not confess and she is later hung Because of her stubbornness or pride she lost her lifeAnother person is John proctor who also his pride gets in the way of his decision making One reason which goes along with most of the people was that he did not confess in the court Later in the story however he does decide
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