Who Is John Proctor Honest In The Crucible

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In Arthur Miller’s play, The Crucible, John Proctor is the most admirable person. Though he did make a mistake by committing adultery, he is still a very honest man. During all of the hysteria, he did his best to make sure he did not feed into any of the nonsense going on. Once he was involuntarily involved in the witch trials, ultimately in the end, he still stayed true to himself. Near the end of the play, Elizabeth Proctor, John Proctor’s wife, is accused of being a witch by Abigail Williams and the other girls. John does what he can to save his wife, but does not succeed in his plan. As things progressively get worse, indictments are filed against him and and he is sentenced to be hanged. John signs a paper admitting to be a witch,
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