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In the play, “The Crucible,” the author Arthur Miller portrayed Elizabeth Proctor as a cold and aloof woman at time, however, as the play progresses; she is viewed as a devoted wife. Elizabeth’s reputation of being honest is believed over the thought of her lying when she lies for John. Elizabeth becomes a very unforgiving and cold person toward John. They’ve showed no feelings of affection towards each other. Elizabeth has many feelings of hostility toward Abigail. Elizabeth’s hatred against Abigail builds as the play moves on. Elizabeth has strong beliefs and can be described as a very faithful and loyal wife. Elizabeth has many feelings of hostility toward Abigail Williams. She was the maid for the Proctors and was viewed as evil and untrustworthy by Elizabeth. Abigail had an affair with her husband, John Proctor. They both have committed adultery and Abigail was later fired. Elizabeth had hired another maid named Mary Warren who was more trustworthy. Abigail Williams started accusing Elizabeth of witchcraft and had
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This note was uploaded on 09/12/2009 for the course HISTORY 39003 taught by Professor Norena during the Fall '09 term at Berkeley.

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