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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 John Proctor Tragic Hero Losses Good Supportive "Now remember what the angel Raphael said to the boy Tobias. Remember it." (Act 3 pg.187 lines 419-420)Even though Mary chooses to do some bad things in the town of Salem, John is still there to let her know that everything is going to be okay. He uses a calming tone to reassure her that no matter what an angel will be there to support her, just like he is. Has priorities straight"My husband is a good and righteous man. He is never drunk as some are, nor wasting his time at the shovelboard" (Act 3 pg. 194 lines 934-946).John has a lot on his plate, but he is still able to concentrateon what is important in his life. Just by what others say about his work ethic shows that he is always doing what need to be done, and never messing around. Flaws Adultery"Abby I think of you softly from time to time. But I will cut off my hand before I ever reach for you again" (Act 1 pg. 150 lines 450-453).John has had adulterous thoughts towards Abigail,which is seen as a huge sin. His lechery messes with his head, and only leads to a strain in his relationshipwith Elizabeth. PrideJohn speaks of not wanting toruin his name in the town because it means too much (Act 4 pg. 211 lines 725-730).John has developed a lot of pride in himself, which leads to his death. He cares too much about his name, and thinks he is better than most who have died, so he gives up on another chance at life No more well known reputation"On the last night of my joy, someeight months ago past. She usedto serve me in my house, sir"(Act 3 pg. 193 lines 852-852).John admitting to the court about his actions of adultery endsin a loss of his good reputation. Thisis a consequence from his adulterousactions with Abigail. Proctor's own death"Man, you will hang!" (Act 4 pg. 212 line 744). John's refusalto sign the document admitting to witchcraft is what brought himto his death. He developed too muchpride to bear the thought of his name being blackened in Salem Allen, Janet. Holt McDougal Literature. Orlando, FL: Holt McDougal/Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 2012. Print
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