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The Crucible John Proctor In the book The Crucible there is a struggle within to have one have a sense of belonging to society They want to be loved by that society no matter how much they may seem that they dont belong But they do want to show that to everyone everyone that may not think that John Proctor is a good example of a struggle to find a place in society Hes the type of person that wants to plow his fields on the good days even if the good day is only on Sunday of that week His struggle to make a living with his crops gets him into trouble with the very religious Puritan community of Salem Massachusetts If John Proctor has a fault its that hes to honest when he thinks your wrong about something he will make you know about it John Proctor only got involved with this whole witch trial because of a girl by the name of Abigail Williams If it wasnt for her falling in love with John then he wouldnt be put on trial for anything Abigail got him involved with the witch trials because John wanted to go back to his wife and he didnt want Abigail in his life at all After Abigail came into his life he started not believing in himself He was struggling in life and with this family life He tries to ignore the events in Salem but when Mary Warren announces that she is an official of the court and that Elizabeth Proctor has been mentioned Proctor still wants to dismiss the hearings but his wife uses his guilt about adultery to extract a promise that he will expose Abigail as a fraud As a result of being involved with the witch trials he finds himself accused of being a witch After being tried and condemned to death John refuses to confess But he doesnt want to
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