Pride In The Crucible

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The characters in the tremendous play The Crucible, by Arthur Miller, definitely have a huge amount of pride. They all are known as extremely good and innocent citizens, for one excellent reason or for another reason, and they all would really like to keep their own good name. John Proctor would also prefer to be known as the man who always decides to help and to stick up for the smaller person and who always decides to always do the right thing. Reverend Parris is also known for being the always churchly figure that lives by the holy bible and the books teachings. Judge Danforth had wanted to be well known as a vastly fast judge who always makes the right and correct decisions. When he was put in an extremely tough situation dealing with his
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