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The Crucible Throughout this essay I will be explaining how John Proctor was the tragic hero of this play Thesis statement is how John Proctor becomes the tragic hero of the book and play I believe that during this book John becomes the hero for a number of reasons First of all in the beginning of the book John was a person who seemed like he was the head person of the town or I guess you could say leader of some sorts Also Arthur Miller describes him as a powerful of body even tempered and not easily led person He is a man who can hide his feelings very well and I believe that one thing alone contributed to him being the hero the most Proctor is a very smart and deceiving man in my opinion He was able to live with what he had with Abagail for a long time with out letting anyone no which also helped him with his strength to deal with other situations later on in the book During this book Proctor had many conversations with everyone and here is a very interesting one that I have found If she is innocent Why do you never wonder if Parris be innocent or Abagail Is the accuser always holy now Were they born this morning as clean as Gods finger Ill tell you whats walking Salem-vengeance is walking Salem We are what we always were in Salem but now the little crazy children are jangling the keys of the kingdom and common vengeance writes the law This warrants vengeance Ill not give my wife to vengeanceact two pg 77 What Proctor is saying is that why do you single out people just because someone accused her This quote also shows that Proctor is not afraid to stand up to anyone no matter who they are Before they come and take his wife him and Elizabeth have a talk and
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