The Crucible: John Proctor As An Honorable Man

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The Award For Honorable Man: John Proctor Have you ever felt that out of all the bad you have done that you could not become good? Well, you can and John Proctor has proven this to be true. John Proctor has done so many things in the past, but he is still seen as an honorable and respectable man. In The Crucible by Arthur Miller, John Proctor is believed to be an honorable man. Through all the bad John Proctor was still able to gain his respect and he is seen as an honorable. Proctor is honorable because he is brave, mindful of others, and loyal throughout the play. In The Crucible John Proctor is seen as brave. For example, Proctor was brave enough to die for integrity for his name. In the court John is weeping and crying because he feels…show more content…
These people would be wrong because towards the end of Act IV, John died for his wife, and that is being very loyal. For example, in The Crucible John is seen as loyal because he loves his wife, and is willing to do anything to get rid of Abigail, and break up the relationship between John and Abigail. Proctor says, “...” This makes John loyal because obviously he cares about his marriage, and he does not want some little girl ruining that. He feels that maybe if he shows Elizabeth that he does not care for Abigail anymore, does not want anything to do with her, and is completely done with her he could gain her trust back. John Proctor is also loyal because he died for the love of his wife. For example, Proctor says, “...” This also makes John loyal because he died for Elizabeth. He wants to prove that he would do anything for his wife and marriage, and him confessing was the way to free her, so he did it. At the end he could have just accused someone else, but he didn’t want to accuse an innocent person. Proctor is honorable because he is loyal to his
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