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The Crucible The play The Crucible is one with a vast amount of strength and intelligence The play is one in which a small suburban town in Massachusetts is overtaken by the devil and witchcraft It accurately retells the historic happenings of what the town of Salem Massachusetts went through during the spring of 1692 In this play many if not all of the characters make some sort of sacrifice cracter that sacrifices many more substantial things to him which dramatically changes the course of the play is John Proctor In the play John Proctor sacrificed his word to Abigail to never tell anyone about their secret affair his family and he sacrificed his life to keep his name good in the town John Proctor sacrificed many very meaningful things which were ever so dear to him In the play The Crucible John Proctor sacrificed his word to Abigail to never tell anyone about their affair While being married to a beautiful wife Elizabeth and having children John Proctor goes and cheats on Elizabeth by having a secret affair with Abigail John and Abigail had always kept this little secret to themselves and had not told a soul about it However when Abigail charges Elizabeth with witchcraft in order to get closer to John so she can have him John explains to Abigail that she must drop the charges on Elizabeth or he will tell the whole town about their affair and it will destroy her well-known clean name To prove this point John warns Abigail I will prove you for the fraud you are 152 John also explains to her to further her understanding I say I will If you can still hear hear this Can you hear You will tell the court you are blind to spirits you cannot see them anymore and you will never cry witchery again or I will make you famous for the whore you are 152 Also
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