• The Cruicxble
    destruction onto - simple jealousy and a desire to have revenge on Elizabeth Proctor - driven only by sexual desire and a lust for power - A monologue on Abigail Shut up! All of you. We danced. That is all, and mark this, if anyone breathe a word or the edge of a word about the other things, I...
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  • ‘Belonging Is Crucial to Self Esteem and a Personal Sense of Development’ to What Extent Is This True of the Texts You Have Studied. in Your Answer, Refer Closely to Your Prescribed Text and Two Related Texts.
    john proctors emotion of guilt and the personal sense of development which has been portrayed through his acknowledging to Abigail that he will no longer commit and associate in adulterous acts with her as he senses an emotion of pure love for his wife Elizabeth. “I will cut off my hand before I’ll...
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  • The Crucible
    them the perfection of their punishment. *Danforth interior monologue* Enter Elizabeth. Hale: Goody Proctor, your husband is marked to hang this morning. Elizabeth: I have heard it. Hale: Will you plead with him? I cannot think he will listen to another. Elizabeth: I think that be the Devil's...
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  • Drama; the Crucible and Vinegar Tom
    almost pleased that Proctor is rejecting Abigail, and then we imagined Abigail’s thoughts in Act 4, when Proctor is in the cell talking to Elizabeth. This gave us real insight to link the characters objective and the motivation for their activities. Additionally, realistic sets would be used in...
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  • How Effective Is the End of Act Iii as an Ending to This Act and as a Preparation for the Rest of the Play?
    . Envy is a theme that runs through the whole of The Crucible, as the whole situation started when Abigail was envious over Elizabeth, as she was married to Proctor and also Ann Putnam was envious over Rebecca Nurse, as she had many children and grandchildren. Mary pleads with Abigail to stop...
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    QUESTION 15 (essay question) OR QUESTION 16 (contextual question). QUESTION 15: THE CRUCIBLE – ESSAY QUESTION The play presents a situation where a severe trial of faith and belief produces something new and morally worthwhile. Discuss this statement with regard to John and Elizabeth Proctor. [25...
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  • Ghjgjyju
    hour 25 October 2012 Compare and Contrast Elizabeth and Abigail in the Crucible Elizabeth Proctor is John’s Proctor’s wife, and Abigail Williams likes John Proctor. Elizabeth Proctor and Abigail Williams are the two main female roles in The Crucible. They are the same in some ways, but...
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  • Compare the Operatic Techniques of Wagner with Those of Another 19th Century Opera Composer.
    against an immoral society and has to emerge with integrity or choose to compromise their beliefs. As well as showing the cathartic moment when Proctor decides to die with integrity, this scene also reveals the love between John and Elizabeth. After being separated and imprisoned for three...
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  • The Crucible
    . Abigail lives in the Parris household because her own parents are dead. She used to live at the home of John and Elizabeth Proctor, but they asked her to leave for some mysterious reason. When another couple, Thomas and Ann Putnam, arrives at the Parris household, they admit that they actually...
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  • The crucible
    In millers play the crucible full of themes such as romance, hysteria and tragedy we are drawn into the perplexing relationship between Elizabeth and John Proctor, A relationship that defines the main characters, as well as their inside thoughts and desires. We first get a true depth into the...
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  • Mmmm
    Act Two Elizabeth enters Elizabeth: What keeps you so late? It’s almost dark. Proctor: I were planting far out to the forest edge. Elizabeth: Oh, you’re done then. Proctor: Aye, the farm is seeded. The boys asleep? Elizabeth: They will be soon. [And she goes to the fireplace, proceeds to...
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  • The Crucible
    have affairs with other women, but in the 1690s, America, it was unforgivable for men to do it and they would be punished. In The Crucible, John Proctor has an affair with Abigail, which is condemned in that society, so it is reasonable for John Proctor and his wife Elizabeth to marginalize Abigail to...
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  • Crucible
    his servant, Abigail William. The only other person who knows about this is his wife, Elizabeth, whom will fire Abigail. Proctor has been trying to put up with Elizabeth as much as possible to make up for what he did, but it just wasn’t enough for Elizabeth. John Proctor is a good person, but he...
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  • Crucible Research Essay
    was not happy with Proctor. She is a middle aged woman with brown hair. Elizabeth is a Dynamic character because she lies and then forgives Proctor at the end of the play. In Act I Elizabeth does not appear but she is talked about. In the act Proctor and Abby have a scene where they talk about...
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  • How and Why Does the Relationship Between John and Elizabeth Proctor Change over the Course of the Crucible?
    How and why does the relationship between John and Elizabeth Proctor change over the course of The Crucible? In Arthur Miller's play The Crucible, John and Elizabeth Proctor are introduced as a young, married couple whose relationship had a tense undercurrent. Their actions and reactions towards...
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  • The Proctors Relationsthip
    Analysis of the relationship between John and Elizabeth Proctor The relationship between John Proctor and Elizabeth Proctor is definitely not an easy and a complex relationship. Through analysis of the two characters, there are many examples that show how complex it becomes between John and...
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  • Crusible Essay
    of her practicing witchcraft herself. Along her journey for John’s hand in marriage, she creates trouble and harm among The Proctor Family. To do so, Abigail must do whatever it takes to get rid of Elizabeth Proctor. When turning to the devil to get the deed done, Abigail is caught doing wrong but...
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  • movie allies
    Daniella Magan per 1 "The Crucible" In the play The Crucible, there are two women that have many things in common as well as many differences. One of them is named Elizabeth Proctor, and the other is named Abigail Williams. They both are normal women that live in a place called Salem...
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  • Crucible
    . Proctor and his wife, Elizabeth, are discussing the witch hysteria and Proctor accidentally says that he has been alone with Abigail. Elizabeth is angered by this and says to Proctor, “You were alone with her? Why, then, it is not as you told me.” By saying this to Proctor, Elizabeth is...
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  • Edward
    Essay. 4U English _Amy Edward Zhang and Robert Lu 04/03/2012 Abigail Williams/Thomas Putnam/Mary Warren/John Proctor/Reverend John Hale./Mrs Elizabeth Proctor Abigail Williams is the neighbor of John Proctor, she is daughter of Thomas Putnam’s friend. Mrs Elizabeth Proctor is John’s wife...
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