The Crucible Dishonest Analysis

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Dishonesty has always been considered as deceiving others. It is understandable when people lie to conceal the truth and avoid punishments, which also demonstrates the dark side of humanity. However, dishonesty is still not widely accepted even if one has a good reason for it. In The Crucible, Arthur Miller presents several conflicts, which showcases the consequences of dishonest behaviors. Characters are constantly dealing with different conflicts in the play, as they are condoning the truth by lying to protect themselves and the ones they love. John Proctor, Elizabeth Proctor and Abigail Williams’s dishonest demeanor in the play contributed to a major conflict and led to a tragedy.
John Proctor’s dishonest actions caused most of the
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