Past Mistakes Of John Proctor In The Crucible By Arthur Miller

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What would you do to save the person you loved? In the tragic play, “The Crucible”, Arthur Miller tells the story of a group of girls who began to accuse people of witchery in a puritan community. The accusations began to spread from neighbor to neighbor. In the end witchery isn't the biggest issue in the town but adultery committed by a man named John Proctor. In John Proctor's final moments he confessed his sin to save his town and wife. Proctor’s actions have taught us to put others before us. Through John Proctor's developments from a confused man to a conscience stricken man and ending in a town role model, Arthur Miller illustrates the ability of overcoming one’s past mistakes. John Proctor overcame his past challenges but he was a

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