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John Proctor Elizabeth Proctor Reverend Hale Reverend Parris andMary Warren are the main characters who are apart of the PuritanCommunity The Play is about Witchcraft or what the town of Salembelieves it to be considered of Witchcraft Along with actions of herosthat conquer their egotistic way of old thinking In the CrucibleArthur Miller develops John Proctor as a tragic hero who gives up hislife for personal honor and suggests that his independent thinkingbreaks the back of the Theocracy and ushers in the Age of Reason First of all Proctor gives up his life for personal honor andsuggests that his independent thinking breaks the back of the TheocracyProctor is a loving husband He proves that by telling Elizabeth Itis well seasoned p 48 in reference to the rabbit she cooked inwhich he had to add salt to He likes to make her happy which shows heloves her and so he asks Would that please you p48 He isasking in reference to buying a heifer for her if the crops are good Heassures her he will fall like an ocean on that court by which heshows his love in caring for her freedom p73 To the court he admitshe has known her he is talking about Abigail and their affairp102 He is showing his love towards his wife by throwing away hisfreedom life honor dignity and pride to prove Elizabeths innocenceand have her freedom He tells Elizabeth to show honor now as he isto be hanged in the gallows He is showing his love for her by lettingher know he cares about her enough to want her to be strong even thoughhe is to die Secondly Proctor Ushers in the Age of Reason The most important scenein the play was act two scene three is He decides that he willconfess to the crime of witchcraft thereby avoiding being hung Hearticulates to Elizabeth My honesty is broke Elizabeth I am no goodman Nothings spoiled by giving them this
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