The Crucible John Proctors finish to Die Was Justifiavble John Proctors Decision To Die Was Justifiable In the novel The Crucible, by Arthur Miller, a strict and disciplined puritan town is dealing with a case of enchantresscraft. It started when a group of girls were found dancing and combat-ready in mysterious acts in the forest. John Proctor, a ingenuous farmer in this rigorous and religious town, is a worldly concern of strong moral beliefs, concerned only for the safety of his family and individual(prenominal) welfare.
He does not care for the beliefs of any of the other plenty in the town or for what the Reverend, a strong alliance figure, thinks either. After trying to avoid involvement in the witch trials he is later prosecuted for witchery and sentenced to hang. His reason for avoiding getting involved is to protect his image because he is afraid he will be committed of adultery, something he did with Abigail Williams. Abigail is one of the accused girls and likewise happens to be the Reverend?s ni...If you want to get a full essay, order it on our website: Orderessay
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