Dynamic Characters In The Crucible

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The Salem Witch Trials were a huge devastation to the Massachusetts colony. Arthur Miller, the great author he was, wrote the story of the inhumane events that took place in Salem, also known as The Crucible. Ranging from many dynamic characters introduced like, Abigail Williams, Reverend Parris, Reverend Hale, John Proctor, and Elizabeth Proctor, showing the good and the bad of Salem, Massachusetts through these twisted characters. The Crucible by Arthur Miller tell the story of Abigail Williams and other young girls dancing in the forest with slave Tituba. The girls are accused of witchcraft within a Puritan colony is very look down upon but when the girls are caught they begin to place blame how many men and women of the colony causing complete mayhem Salem. Throughout The Crucible John Proctor goes through many dynamic changes as things go wrong for him and the Proctor family. In Act I of The Crucible, John Proctor acts as just a normal farmer who does not quite like Reverend Parris, nor does he believe in the witchcraft being portrayed by Betty. John also has history with Abigail Williams but now completely denies anything ever happened between the two as John says to Abby during their small conflict in Act I, " Abby I may think of you softly from time to time but I will cut off my hand…show more content…
Abigail then accuses Mary for bewitching her with the cold wind which causes John to erupt where it is then revealed that John really did have an affair with Abigail Williams. Elizabeth knew of the affair firing Abigail from their servant. John really isn't the good husband he portrays himself to be in act I and act I I. Proctor then is questioned for his unlawful acts to the church which he had no answers for and is accused and jailed for

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