Is john proctor from The Crucible by Arthur Miller a static or dynamic character?
John Proctor is a dynamic character.
a tragic hero
Elizabeth Proctor Proctor Tituba
john proctor i think
yes he does.
Hb u look in ur book & read it 4 yourself-Bradley L.
He is sent to jail
a tragic hero.
In Arthur Miller's play The Crucible, John Proctor had an affair with Abigail Williams.
You will just have to read the book!! Its amazing!
John Proctor is a character in Arthur Miller's play The Crucible which is about the Salem witch trials. He commits adultery with Abigail, a seventeen year old housekeeper which he publicly admits to in act three.
They question him. Eventually he is condemned to hang, but not in the scene.
Elizabeth Proctor gets pregnant near the end of the book.
That they had an affair
Apex (; Proctor tears up his confession.
Proctor is given the options of either confessing to witchcraft or death.
she wanted to have a baby with john proctor. proctor promised tituba to have sex if she accuses his enemy
Mercy Lewis worked for John and Elizabeth Proctor.
John Proctor hates Reverend Parris. He thinks his preaching is no good. This is why Proctor does not attend church every Sunday.
There is a film version out with Daniel Day-Lewis as Proctor.
John Proctor, Rev. Parris, Rev. Hale, Abigail Williams
As Proctor is being led to the gallows, Elizabeth acknowledges his goodness.
I yhink because of everthung tha happens
He fears that if John Proctor and Rebecca Nurse get hanged, then the town will start a riot.
Rebecca Nurse, like John Proctor, is there to stand for the voice of reason.
Has a 'farmer' type image Mid 30s Tall/potent/strong
because Abigail trying to get john proctor back
How does John Proctor respond to questions about why he has not been to church by the book The Crucible by Arthur Miller?
He was tired of hearing sermons about hellfire and damnation.
Hale goes to Proctor's house to examine Elizabeth about the poppet.
Why would Elizabeth lie about the affair between Abigail and John Proctor in The Crucible by Arthur Miller?
She lies because she is trying to protect him.
Reverend Parris and Reverend Hale.
only character to bewitched
John Proctor is powerless at the end of The Crucible because he has to choose either to die and keep his name clean or confess of witchcraft and be free. He chose to be hung because he didn't want his good name damaged.
He feels some buh generally because he thinks he is a buh
Go to Salem and tell the court Abigale said that it were all sport.
'The Crucible' by Arthur Miller, John Proctor is trying to bolster an obviously weakened Mary Warren. He speaks the words of the Angel Raphael from the Bible. "Do that which is good and ho harm shall come to thee." This reminds her of Proctor.
Because in reality, Abigail was only 11 and john proctor 60. This would be quite disgusting....
At the beginning of the act from the book the crucible by arthur miller john proctor says it is winter in here yet why is this pertinent to what is going on?
he is referring to how cold and distant his wife has been
She has to talk to Proctor alone after danforth tells her to but, i dont know why im still tryin to figure that out.
What is the difference between the movie The Crucible by Arthur Miller and the play The Crucible by Arthur Miller?
its the same
Abigail was in the forest with Tituba in the book Crucible by Arthur Miller.
The Crucible was set in Salem, Massachusetts in 1692. The play was about the increasing hysteria surrounding the Salem Witch Trials (1692-1693), and used real-life characters John Proctor, Abigail Williams, and Reverend Samuel Parris.
John Proctor cannot recall one of the Ten Commandments. He forgets "Thou shall not commit adultery."
What are the roles that Elizabeth Proctor and Abigail Williams play in The Crucible by Arthur Miller?
Elizabeth proctor was wife of john proctor. Abigail Williams was there slave for some amount of time. In that time Abigail William and John Proctor had an affair. Abigail truly loved john and wanted to get rid of Elizabeth. THIS IS ONLY FOR ACT ONE! BUT.... Abigail later acusses elizabeth of being a witch.
In Arthur Miller's play, "The Crucible," John Proctor notes that, "It's winter in here yet." he means that the environment his wife has created in the house is as "cold as ice." He is reflecting on her attitude since she discovered his affair with Abigail.
John Proctor says this ironic statement about witchcraft trials to his wife, Elizabeth, in Arthur Miller's play The Crucible. Witchcraft was known as "black mischief" as in black magic, but he felt it was the witchhunting trials that were a stain on their community.