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In the play The Crucible by Arthur Miller Elizabeth Proctor is a character with many attributes that change throughout the entire play Elizabeth portrays the devout Christian who has been caught up in all of the mayhem of the witch trials She is also the victim of false accusations of witchery by Abigail and ends up with the same judgment of every other falsely accused woman in Salem death by hanging Elizabeth Proctor is the object of misfortune She is the wife of a husband whom she does not trust and is continually unsure of throughout the entire occurrence of the foul witch trials Elizabeth Proctor throughout The Crucible has many different characteristics contrasts of trust and feelings of resentment Elizabeth Proctors character exemplifies almost fickle characteristics throughout the plot because of how different her personality may be in certain situations Elizabeth Proctor has a very cold heart deep inside her One of the main reasons that Elizabeth and John her husband do not get along very well is the fact that she never opens up to him Elizabeth never gives John Proctor the love that he feels is adequate in their relationship Elizabeth is very wrongly accused of siding with the devil because along with Rebecca Nurse they Rebecca and Elizabeth are the two most religious people throughout all of Salem Elizabeth shows her faithfulness as the play is ending while talking to John about whether to lie and be freed instead of hanging Elizabeth is portrayed as being one of the most honest characters in the play Elizabeth is said to have never told a lie and that she always tells the truth but the one lie that she does tell is the lie that seals John Proct ors fate John Proctor says to Danforth on the behalf of Elizabeth In her life sir she have never lied There are them that cannot sing and them that cannot weepmy wife cannot lie I
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