The Crucible Reputation Analysis

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Throughout Arthur Miller’s play, The Crucible, the characters are portrayed to be good citizens and how important it is for them to keep a good name. A good reputation is hard to achieve but even harder to maintain. Judge Danforth wants to be known as a righteous man, as well as john proctor, who strongly fights for his beliefs and others. Abigail is known for believing nothing was beyond her grasp. Reverend Paris is puritan minister, who lives by bible and it teaching. However, when they are all brought into a deadly situation, they all rather keep their good reputation then saving their own lives or doing the correct thing. This show how a good reputation is important in Salem where social position is tied to one’s abilities to follow religious
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