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The Crucible John Proctors Search For Identity John Proctor is a good man He is a puritan a husband a citizen and an all around valuable member of the community All of this is represented by his name The name of John Proctor could be considered his most prized possession It is his most priceless asset Proctor is very strong-willed and caring He does not set out with any intentions of hurting anyone He is a farmer and village commoner who is faced with incredible inner turmoil He has committed adultery and had absolutely no intentions of joining in the witch trials After his wife got involved and eventually was set free due to the fact that she was pregnant he feels that he cant sit back and accept what is happening to the town John Proctor is a good and noble man and because of this he believes that he cant be hanged and die a martyr when he has this sin blooming over him every waking moment Early on in the play the reader comes to understand that John Proctor has had an affair with Abigail Williams while she was working in his home Abigail believed that if she got rid of Elizabeth Proctor then John Proctor would become her own John Proctor had an affair with Abigail but for him it was just lust while Abigail believed it to be true love She told John Proctor that she loved him and once she destroys Elizabeth they would be free to love one another John is horrified at this but can do nothing to convince Abigail that he is not in love with her Because of Abigails twisted plot to secure John for herself Elizabeth is arrested John Proctor has to wrestle with the decision of what to do He knows that he has sinned yet he does not want to hurt his beloved wife This is partly why he is
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