The Crucible Elizabeth And Proctor Relationship Analysis

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In The Crucible, by Arthur Miller, explores the witch trials in Salem 1692 which in contrast of this, relationships change a lot because of tension with fellow townspeople. Many people were jealous of other rapports so they were bound to interfere with those people. Interfering with others relations destroys the town slowly through the whole story. Abigail and Proctor’s relationship changes, then Elizabeth and Proctor’s, then finally Parris and Abigail’s. These relations were the biggest changes in the story but they did have plenty more. First comes Abigail and Proctor’s relations. Their relationship changes throughout the story slowly because of Abigail’s crazy obsession with Proctor. Abigail’s perception towards Proctor shows that she thinks he is perfect and she tried everything she can to have him. “Abigail, grasping his hand before he can release her: John- I am waiting’ for you every night.” (Miller 22) Abigail shows she cannot resist having contact with Proctor any sort of way. Proctor somewhat refuses but he doesn’t really commit to leaving her; but towards the end of the story Proctor…show more content…
Their relationship starts off just like any other basic couple in a real life theme. “Proctor: Aye. He eats. She watches him. I think we’ll see green fields soon. It’s warm as blood beneath the clods.” (Miller 50) They were sitting at the table just like any other basic married couple talking about life and things; but later on at the table Elizabeth figures out something very flippant that Proctor did to her. Proctor states “,...She told it to me in a room alone- I have no proof for it.” (Miller 53) Proctor snitches on himself that he was with Elizabeth alone. Elizabeth became very furious that she found out that Proctor has cheated on her. Towards the end of the story their relationship strengthens again because Proctor sacrifices his life to try to save Elizabeth from being killed while being
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