The Crucible John Proctor's Transformation

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The character John Proctor from Arthur Miller’s; The Crucible is a model example of a tragic hero. Proctor is initially made out to be a character that has committed the sinful crime of adultery and is attempting to re-set up his reliability in himself and his better half, Elizabeth. As The Crucible advances an extraordinary transformation in nature and character happen in John Proctor, making the crowd sympathize with him when his nemesis begins. A tragic hero is someone usually of great reputation that falls into a state of utter pessimism,. As the audience witnesses the fall of this character they would feel feeble understanding that the fall of this hero was caused by accident, fate or a critical flaw in his character. This essay will plot

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