Several other people come in to see how Betty is, including Ann Putnam, a mother of one living, but sick, child, Ruth Putnam, and seven dead children, and John Proctor, the rebel who is having an affair with Abigail Williams. Ann Putnam struggles with the death of seven of her children. Proctor struggles against the society supporting the trials and his servant, Mary Warren. These conflicts are necessary to move the trials along, each having an effect on the final scene, John Proctor being taken to be
It turned her insane with the idea that he will be ruler of Scotland. After the killing of king Duncan, Lady Macbeth was okay because as to Macbeth and Lady Macbeth they got what they wanted. Little did Lady Macbeth know, all those evil thoughts were going to come back and haunt her. Couple of days passed, Lady Macbeth becomes paranoid and confess her sin while she sleep walks. Her servant is surprised with what she was hearing.
Sydney Apter 8-06-15 Summer Work Mrs. Cassel John Proctor from the play The Crucible by Arthur Miller was the protagonist. John Proctor cheats on his wife, Elizabeth. He can't remember the 10 commandments even though he always goes to Church. He is stubborn, angry and has self repeat and loyal. He had three sons, a wife, and he was a farmer just like the average man during the witchcraft time period in Salem.
Abigail believed that Proctor actually loved her and she waited every night for him. She was brainwashed to think he would leave his wife for her. The witchcraft accusation came from the beginning of the story when Abigail and the girls were dancing naked in the woods and chanting. She made false accusations that people in the village were worshipping the devil to cover what she had done. Many lives were taken but Abigail had no empathy for anyone who was hanged.
First of all, the power that close family holds creates fear inside of Rosina when she thinks her father is lying to her. When Thomas Wentworth, Rosina’s father, calls her to his office, he tells her “”Your sister is dead, as she deserved. There will be no mourning, and no further mention of her. You may go.” His look said, as clearly as if he spoken, “Disobey me, and the same may happen to you.”...the next thing I knew, I was back in my room, possessed by a dreadful suspicion that he had caused her death.” (Harwood 117). The power and control over Rosina and her actions is portrayed by her father.
Moreover, Reverend Parris, panicked because his daughter, Betty, is being convicted of witchcraft, says, “In my house? In my house, Thomas? They will topple me with this! They will make of it a--” (16). Reverend Parris only considers the consequences on his name, nevertheless the health of his own child.
She sewed a poppet for John Proctors wife while she was in court and left the needle in her stomach. Later on, Abigail fell out of her chair at diner claiming to be stabbed in the stomach. Reverend Hale goes to the Proctor home only to discover Elizabeth's poppet had a needle stuck in its stomach. This led him to believe Elizabeth had a voodoo doll and was in fact performing witchcraft. Mary Warren proves she is in fact a scared character when John Proctor instructs her to go inform the court his wife is innocent and she refuses to, stating, “I cannot, they’ll turn on me” (Miller
She shows her first bit of insanity when she says, “Had he not resembled my father as he slept, I had done’t” (2.2.13). Lady MacBeth was so willing to kill Duncan for her husband to become king. Her insanity continues affects her so bad that she says, “...all the perfumes of Arabia will not sweeten this little hand” (5.1.39). She has so much bad and kept it in that nothing can fix her causing her to go mentally insane. After the killing of Duncan is when Lady MacBeth mental insanity starts.
In Jane Smiley’s A Thousand Acres, Rose possesses a hatred of anyone or anything remotely related to anything about Larry Cook. Smiley uses details and syntax to show the stubbornly resentful tone Rose has towards her father. An evident series of examples showing Rose’s tone towards her father comes after he has his accident, the first being the details with Rose’s opening question. Done watching her father meander to the barn, Rose enters the house while “[Ginny] was wiping the range with the dishrag. The screen door slapped, and Rose said, ‘He’s okay, then?’” (150).
Described in detail, the story involves how Matthew Maule, the grandson of a man falsely killed by the Pyncheon family, gets revenge on them by putting a spell on Gervayse’s daughter Alice to continuously do his bidding, which ultimately kills her. After Holgrave’s story is told, Phoebe leaves for her family home in the country and takes all happiness found in the home with her. Meanwhile, Judge Pyncheon arrives at the home during Phoebe’s absence, but is fiercely and angrily received by Hepzibah. While he at first politely asks to speak to Clifford regarding a hidden fortune that was once spoken of, his calmness turns to anger as a result of Hepzibah’s firm standing and he in turn threatens Clifford. Frightened, Hepzibah relents and goes to fetch Clifford, but discovers that he is absent from his room.
John Proctor’s fears manifest when he resists in allowing Deputy Danforth and Reverend Hale post his name on the church door that he has practiced witchcraft (IV.712-717). John Proctor is Elizabeth Proctor’s husband, who has had an affair with Abigail Williams when she was still working as a maid in the Proctor’s household. When Elizabeth discovers that her husband and Abigail have committed adultery, she fires Abigail. Driven by lust and jealousy to own Proctor for herself, Abigail aspires to terminate Elizabeth by playing her Mafia-like games and forcing the other Salem girls to participate (I. 460-473).
Abigail’s pay back to him affects everyone. Abigail’s scorned hart leads her down a vindictive path. Parris is concerned about all the talk about witchcraft, because his daughter Betty has fallen ill. “Uncle, we did dance; let you tell them I confessed it- and I’ll be whipped if I must be. But they’re speakin of witchcraft. Betty’s not witched” (Miller 9) Betty was with Abigale out in the woods and no witchcraft
Mary Warren has to explain what the whole spiel with the coma and dancing in the woods was about. John Proctor was the connection between that for when he forced Mary to promise on her life that the dancing was the practice of witchery and to explain it in front of the court. Throughout the story John has hell thrown at him in all directions, but somehow he stays just the brink of insanity only going above that line when Abigail lost in court. John did have an affair with Abigail which he soon confessed about in court. Abigail was trying to get John wife hung at the gallows for witchery and it was a false accusation.
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