Examples Of Adultery In The Crucible

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In the vindictive play, The Crucible, Arthur Miller writes about accusations of witchery, unfaithfulness and assumptious judges that lead to undeserved deaths. There are many different characters with many different motivations for what they did. John Proctor is a tormented man because he cannot forgive himself for the things he had done to his wife. Preceding the actual play, John Proctor and his servant, Abigail, had an affair. There were many possible factors that led up to this. Like any adultery case, there was probably some loneliness or boredom somewhere in the picture. The fact that Abigail is younger and easy on the eyes would be tempting for any man. John Proctor gave in to these temptations and failed to keep the vows he made
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