Elizabeth Proctor wife of John Proctor has a small but important roll in the book “The Crucible”. Elizabeth does not appear in the book until the beginning of act two when she is harassing and nagging John Proctor for getting home so late. At that point of the book Elizabeth proctor is recognized as cold-hearted uncaring unforgiving wife. Toward the end of the book the way Elizabeth, is seen by the reader changes in a good way she, will be seen as caring and protective of her family and husband John. The very first time she shows up in the book she shows that she is unforgiving and cold hearted because she does not trust John and is suspicious of where he was at so late. We used various symbols to show her bad side as well as her good side. We outlined Elizabeth with different colors meaning/symbolizing different characteristics of her in the beginning and end of the book. To start off we used 4 colors to outline the body with, we used the colors we thought symbolized Elizabeth those colors were green, blue, gray, and, black. Green stands for nature life and fertility and fertility relates to her because she is pregnant. Blue stands for loyalty trust wisdom and confidence and confidence and loyalty relates to her because she is confident of herself and she is loyal to John when she lies for him and says that he did not have an affair with Abigail. Black means death, earth, and death relates to her because the book describes her as dead looking. Gray stands for security maturity and sarrow and sarrow relates to her because she looses proctor and later gets remarried. We drew her heart half frozen because at the beginning of the play she is cold hearted and she later turns nicer. The word suspicious in a bubble coming from her head means that she was always thinking suspicious things of John. The cross and the Christian sign that looks like a fish because she is religious and knows all the 10 commandments. We used a voodoo puppet to...
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