the crucible

the crucible - the crucible The Crucible was written by...

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the crucible The Crucible” was written by Arthur Miller, a famous playwright of his time. Some of his other works include “Death of a Salesman” and “A View From the Bridge.” Miller has received such awards as The Gold Medal Award for Drama and the Pulitzer Prize. The character from “The Crucible” whom I analyzed is John Proctor. He is a father, husband and a respected, land owning member of the community. He nailed the church roof and hung the church door. He is a Puritain and is very religious. In the story, John is thrown into a situation where he has to decide whether or not he should sacrifice his good name to save the lives of his falsely accused wife and friends. This conflict is known as his crucible. I think that John Proctor did the right thing when he confessed in court to save his wife and friends. John Proctor had many significant actions in the story. When he realized that the town of Salem had gone mad with accusations of witchcraft he decided to take Mary Warren to court the next day to dismiss the false accusations. Even more
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