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    Out of all the characters in the crucible was great, but in my opinion, Elizabeth is the best character in the cast in the Crucible. She was a faithful wife, a good mother, and strong in her faith/religion. Even though her husband cheated on her she still remained faithful to him. Elizabeth demonstrates a very truthful woman. She’s the wife of John Proctor. Nicknamed Goody Proctor, because she was a good christen woman. Everyone liked her, because she was a woman who never lied. Until, she lied in

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    the day after Proctor’s death and I just needed to get out of the house and clear my mind. I was unaware that Elizabeth Proctor needed a bit of fresh air too. We both took the same path down a nice trail of beautiful scenery. I thought to myself, “What could she possibly be doing at the same place I am?” Sarcastically Elizabeth thought “Oh boy, just who I wanted to see.” Elizabeth and I soon start walking next to each other. We both are just trying to enjoy a wonderful day in Salem. The birds

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    lowered because of witchcraft in his house. I am not a fan of Reverend Parris. The next character who put up a fight was Elizabeth Proctor. Elizabeth is dealing with the consequences of the people around hers actions. Her husband cheated on her, Marry Waren gave her a doll that got her in trouble, she has been accused of witchcraft, and she is pregnant. Poor Elizabeth Proctor has done nothing to deserve this but continues to defend her husband after his adultery. In the following quote she defends

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    Traits of Elizabeth Proctor In the late sixteen hundreds, the fear of witchcraft was a major concern amongst New Englanders. Arthur Miller’s book, The Crucible, tells the story of a town’s obsession with accusing innocent people of witchcraft. All the accusers were young females who claimed they were attacked by demonic specters. Members of the community supposedly sent out these evil spirits, but in reality, the girls were doing it as sport. One such person accused was Elizabeth Proctor, wife of

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    In the beginning, John Proctor is described as a decent man, but throughout the story it is revealed that he has many layers of secrets that he must wrestle with internally before deciding to tell people in order to save his wife and friends from death. His crucible is the decision to tell the court that he slept with Abigail in order to save his wife, but in the process it will destroy his reputation and taint his name. His passion to keep his wife alive is shown when he says "My wife will never

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    Elizabeth Proctor was probably one of the characters faced with the most stress and problem throughout the duration of “The Crucible” After a long period of illness, she try to live life as normal, despite having found out her husband committed adultery and, later, that she has been accused of witchcraft. Although she proves brave and strong and endures the experience, when the most important decision in the fiasco comes, she makes a controversial choice. Before the play takes place, Abigail Williams

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    Sooner or later, all the people of Salem become susceptible to witchcraft, although two women stand out among the others. Revenge and guilt drive Abigail Williams, while truth and the right doing lie in the hands of Elizabeth Proctor. While some differences between Elizabeth Proctor and Abigail Williams are evident, the similarities are striking. Abigail Williams can be described as a fraudulent character who believed that the idea of lying and getting away with it was acceptable. The town of Salem

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    The Crucible In the play “The Crucible” Abigail Williams, Mary Warren, and Elizabeth Proctor are all concerned with their reputation. Even though, Abigail Williams started the whole thing all together she is still concerned about her reputation only. Elizabeth Proctor cares about her and John her husband's reputation. Mary Warren cares about how people look at her and her personal reputation of what others think about her. Abigail cares about her reputation because after she starts the lie

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    The Crucible In the play the Crucible, many of the characters learn things from themselves. Elizabeth Proctor is one of the main characters that develops over time. Elizabeth experiences many dramatic changes in her life, but her main defining moment illustrates the play’s theme of forgiveness and bitterness. Throughout Act I and II Elizabeth Proctor is a cold, yet moral character. Elizabeth had just recently found out that her husband had an affair with their housekeeper, Abigail. Elizabeth’s

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    tension between Abigail and John and Elizabeth Proctor. Abigail displays at least three of the evils of man; wrath, envy, lust. Abigail and John had a brief relationship that ended when the book started. Her lust for John led to wrath displayed by Abigail accusing Elizabeth of witchcraft. That kind of claim will kill Elizabeth, widow John, and Abigail would be waiting for Proctor with open arms. Abigail envies that John decided to stay and take care of Elizabeth. Envy took over Abigail’s life. It absorbed

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