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Tim Dietz English 11 January 15th 2003 John Proctor - the fair and noble character The novel The Crucible by Arthur Miller is about witchcraft and the accusations of witches in Salem Massachusetts One of the main characters in the story which happens in the spring of 1692 is John Proctor a farmer in his middle thirties He is married to Elizabeth Proctor It is not directly said but they have at least two sons and a servant named Marry Warren Because Proctor seems to be very religious he really loves his wife and he confesses his affair with Abigail Williams to Elizabeth furthermore he later refuses to be with Abigail this makes him a very fair man First of all the protagonist John Proctor seems to be religious in view of the fact that when he is taken to jail he does not defend himself at all he simply accepts that he did something wrong and he can live with that This makes him religious because he does not want to harm the Ten Commandments He writes a confession that he has seen the devil and that he was the only one He even signs this paper but as soon as Deputy Governor Danforth asks Proctor to give the confession to him Elizabeths husband refuses and tears it up On the one hand he does that because he thinks that his name cannot be taken away from him on the other hand he knows that the paper does not tell the truth He rather wants to be hanged than to live with the thought that he has lied to the church This is a very strong and self-confident consideration Another proof that John Proctor is fair can be seen in his former affair with Abigail Williams the servant to the Perris-household She was once in love with him but they broke up because
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