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One character that changes throughout The Crucible during the course of the play is Elizabeth Proctor At the beginning of the play she was cold and bitter towards her husband After she was accused of being a witch by Abigail and becoming pregnant she had a new attitude She became forgiving and understanding towards her husband She wanted forgiveness for keeping a cold house In the beginning of the play Elizabeth is distrustful unforgiving judging and cold against her husband John Proctor She feels unloved and somewhat neglected Proctor Let you look sometimes for the goodness in me and judge me not Elizabeth I do not judge you The magistrate sits in your heart that judges you I never thought of you but a good man John only somewhat bewildered Proctor Oh Elizabeth your justice would freeze beer 2852 This shows how Elizabeth is still cold towards her husband He feels that she still has forgave him She feels that she does not judge him but his conscious judges him She also quotes I think you be somewhat ashamed for I am there and she is so close2855 She feels as if he would rather be with Abigail than with her This makes her feel unloved and therefore become even colder towards him John wants to be forgiven but Elizabeth just cant forget so therefore she couldnt forgive him of his actionsTowards the end of the story Elizabeth is more proud and forgiving of her husband She respected any decision that he made She says John it came to naught that I should forgive you if youll not forgive yourself It is not my soul John it is yours Only be sure of this for I know it now Whatever you will do it is a good man does it I have read my heart this three month John I have sins of my own to count It needs a cold wife to
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