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Proctor’s Problem

Throughout the history and evolution of man, the human mind has progressed in ways that no other species has ever experienced. Beginning with the development of fire, to the feudal age, through the enlightenment and the revolutions, and coming now into the era of technology, humans have developed into the dominant species on this earth. However, people have been forever plagued by human nature and human flaws. There are certain emotions that human brains feel that are natural, and are therefore unexplainable. Although humans are the only species of animal to civilize and to have a recorded history, they are also the only species to wage war and kill unjustifiably. Men experience things such as hate, revenge and lust, thingsthat drive us to do things that hurt us as a civilization. No one can escape these things though, no matter how hard they try. In some way everyone is affected by their flaws. In the book and play The Crucible, by Arthur Miller, human flaws are brought out into the light in this true account of a sad time when people let their fear and emotions take control, and ended up killing nineteen innocent individuals. John Proctor, a local farmer has, with his actions, become one of the most important individuals in the tragedy that occurred in Salem. Because he did not control his natural urge of lust, he provoked vengeance and hate, ruining his life and everyone else’s who was close to him. Although he started out as a sinner by taking Abigail to bed, he redeemed himself by becoming a saint, and dying for the cause of proving the town accusers wrong. In his transformation, from sinner to saint, Proctor reveals his strengths and weaknesses as he faces his moral dilemmas.
Before the book even begins, John Proctor;s weakness takes control of his morals. He, in blind lust, sleeps with his housekeeper, Abigail. When Elizabeth, finds out, she kicks Abigail out of the house, but not before Abigail is so obsessed with Jo…

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