This made him a Loyalist because he had strong negative opinions about war due to his past traumatic experiences with it. Tim would have expected Life to be the most safe one of their family due to his loyalty to Britain, but he was captured anyway. The death of Life Meeker makes Tim develop a strong hatred toward the Loyalists due to the fact that they do not value loyalty or care about the innocent, such as this instance. Tis develops Tim’s final decision of neutrality is influenced by Jerry’s death because both the British and Patriots caused the death of the ones he cared most
Matt does not feel guilty for killing Richard and he shouldn’t him and his wife need peace of mind and they could not have it with the man that killed their son just walking around town. After Matt had killed Richard when he got home his wife asked “are you alright?” (Pg.10) and his response was “I think so” (Pg.10) that proves that he had felt no remorse for killing Richard Strout, he had done what he needed to do to get revenge for his son
John Proctor is basically the tragic hero of “The Crucible”, the reason for this is statement is because the tries to save his wife from being hanged. He cares about his children, he also has tried not to cheat on his wife Elizabeth, while she was ill. At the end of the story Proctor is hanged due of his confession of being a warlock. In the rising action of the story John Proctor is trying to avoid Abigail, he states that “But I will cut off my hand before I’ll ever reach for you again.” (Proctor, 1140). This indicates that Proctor doesn’t want to make the same mistake, he does not want to cheat on his wife again. John doesn’t want to sin and go after Abigail, he wants to be a good man.
He was sad and ready to die. So he pulled out his gun which had zero bullets and immediately got shot down by the police. That resulted in him dying instantly, no words or anything, just death… The point is, is that Dally is the hero. He wasn’t the most cheerful person or nice person. But he did save the day when the time was needed and for that reason, he is the hero.
“Why couldn’t it have been me, why did Johnny have to be the one to leave?” I was surprised to see Dally act this way. I had always seen Dally as someone who didn’t care about anyone. I guess this is why I had never liked him. But now I finally see what Johnny had seen in him. He saw how brave he was, like how he had risked going to jail just to save us from getting caught when we killed Bob.
Whore!” (Miller 109). He is irritated that the court isn't taking his word. During act four, John just goes entirely off and come clean. He admits to his affair with Abigail and talks about how truly sorry he is and how it was a mistake. He is quite guilty and addresses his fault, “I have confessed myself” (Miller 142).
Reputation effects Parris because, he doesn 't want to go against the bible and be accused of working with the devil. Lasly a good name affects Judge Danforth 's decisions because he sees that later he has killed innocent people, but does not want to come forward because he 's killed to many innocents and people will look at him different. John Proctor is a model citizen. A Lot of people have
In his confession, Proctor is showing his level of self- awareness and full disclosure to remedy the hidden demons. In another scene, when the judge, Danforth, say that he should give up all names of people who are with the devil, Proctor refuse and say that these are my sins and he will not drag others to save his own life. He realizes that there should be no more people who should get hurt because of his sins and failures. Not only he admits his sins, but also he accepts the consequences of it which is death which shows how much he
George cares about Lennie so much that he ends up killing him. The reason he killed him is because he didn’t want him suffering from the wrath of curley . Killing a friend would be the most important decision someone could ever make but the reason he does it in this story is because George loves Lennie as a friend and couldn’t see him get
Rumors were spread and he was said to be a man that he was not. Even the things he did wrong, he did them for all the right reasons. For example, in chapter 28, he killed Bob Ewell in an attempt to save Jem and Scout. Scout began to understand his innocence towards the very end of the book when she realized how wrong she was for thinking him to be such an evil and scary figure when really, he