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  • Worst Case Scene Rio For Abigale Williams
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    The Crucible, John Proctor vs. Abigale Williams I think the best case scenario for John Proctor is he is a man and for a long time his wife was sick, and could " nt give him what he desired so their love grew apart and he had to look elsewhere and he did " nt have to look very far and he looked toward his maid Abigale Williams for she was attracted to him and it made the whole incident all the more harder to refuse and and then he realized the mistake he had made as his wife was getting better s...
  • Problems With His Wife After Carol
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    Enl 102 Rough draft Oleanna The ending of Oleanna could have been prevented. I t didn t have to end with John loosing control. The story is based on miscommunication. Carol could have told John from the beginning that she felt uncomfortable instead of going behind his back and press charges. John is wrong too for abusing the power he had over Carol. John didn t loose it though until he found out Carol might be charging him with rape. We all know that he didn t try raping her so if the government...
  • Contributing Force For Jane's Mental Illness
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    Falling from the Shoulders of Giants: The Yellow Wall-Paper as a Classic Example of the Dangers of Human Arrogance Progressive dementia is the process by which an individual gradually losses their intellectual capacity and personality integration. In 'The Yellow Wall-Paper,' Gilman captures the essence of the journey to madness via her use of first person narration. The relationship between Jane, the narrator of the story, and her husband John provokes an uneasy curiosity in the reader. While th...
  • Character Analysis Of John Proctor The Consequences
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    Character Analysis of John Proctor The consequences of shirking accountability for ones actions are depicted through the tribulations John Proctor faced, in Arthur Miller's, The Crucible. Although John reluctantly became involved in the Salem witch trials, his initial silence proved to be the downfall of not only himself, but of his fellow townspeople as well. John Proctor remained silent for one reason, and that was to protect himself. As a result of his self-serving desires to avoid the conseq...
  • John Proctor
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    The Crucible was written by Arthur Miller, a famous playwright of his time. Some of his other works include Death of a Salesman and A View From the Bridge. Miller has received such awards as The Gold Medal Award for Drama and the Pulitzer Prize. The character from The Crucible whom I analyzed is John Proctor. He is a father, husband and a respected, land owning member of the community. He nailed the church roof and hung the church door. He is a Puritan and is very religious. In the story, John i...
  • Worst Case Scenerio For Abigale Williams
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    The Crucible, John Proctor vs. Abigale Williams I think the best case scenario for John Proctor is he is a man and for a long time his wife was sick, and could nt give him what he desired so their love grew apart and he had to look elsewhere and he did nt have to look very far and he looked toward his maid Abigale Williams for she was attracted to him and it made the whole incedent all the more harder to refuse and and then he realized the mistake he had made as his wife was getting better she s...
  • Faults And Imperfections Of John Procter
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    The character of John Procter in Arthur Miller's The Crucible was a great example of a truly tragic hero. He measured up to every one of Aristotle's requirements. He was not a perfect person because he had many faults and was not completely good or bad. Best of all, he knew that he was not perfect and he recognized and regretted the errors that he made throughout his life. Then, after the reader stays with Procter while he confessed all of his horrible sins for the whole town to hear, he had was...
  • Alison Whispers To Nicholas
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    With the presidential election at its boiling point, many try to provide their own joke every now and then. Late night comedians such as David Letterman and Jay Leno try to spit out a new joke during their ten-minute spiel, and sometimes one can assume that they are getting even with the election process. Throughout the one-hour show, the comedians do their best to trick both the viewers and all those involved with the election process by having people act out scenes, or imitate one of the presi...
  • Story About John And Lorraine
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    The Pigman They " re all dead: Pigman's wife, Lorraine's father, John's Aunt Ahr a, the Master sons, Lorraine's mother's patients, Bobo, and the Pigman himself. All the while, the living move about like baboons in cages they " ve made for themselves. Why? That's the big question. The answer is central to understanding Paul Zin del " the Pigman. We and our students can address this problem, all the while gaining insight into literature and the makeup of the novel. This article provides activities...
  • Story John
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    The Yellow Wallpaper The Yellow Wallpaper, by Charlotte Perkins, gives the reader a mixed attitude. She shows the readers how abusive relationships are. In the story John was very demanding toward his wife. At one point of the story his wife makes the comment that she is growing afraid of John. To me John is your typical old fashion husband which simply means that the women are second to men. The women should do everything and whenever the man wants her to. The example of why marriages do not la...
  • Narrator Confides In The Wallpaper
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    Doctor Knows Best Often human illness calls for medical attention to acquire both soundness of body and mind. Opinions from medical professionals are sought after by those individuals seeking reassurance and peace of mind in knowing they will receive the best possible treatment. In her short story The Yellow Wallpaper, Charlotte Perkins Gilman presents a situation where a respected professional, medical opinion contradicts those thoughts and desires of the patient. The wife, and narrator, in the...
  • John Proctor
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    The production of THE CRUCIBLE by Arthur Miller had many high points of suspense and action. Mainly involving the trials and tribulations of John Proctor. Mr. Philip G. Hill's view of Miller's THE CRUCIBLE is strong; emotion filled and does an excellent job of summarizing this classic production. In THE CRUCIBLE there are many sections of excitement. John Proctor never seems to get a break and this is well documented in THE CRUCIBLE. For example, he first screws up his marriage by messing around...
  • Curley's Wife Final Scene John Steinbeck Condones
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    Does John Steinbeck Condemn or Condone Curley's Wife? By Amal Alam i Condemn: To judge someone to be guilty to say you disapprove. Condone: to pardon, forgive or over look. So which one of these words does John Steinbeck use for Curley's wife, in the novel based on the Californian Grain Farms in the 1930's 'Of Mice and Men'? The novel in mainly based on 'the ranch'. At the ranch men were only present except for 'Curley's wife' (Curley is the boss's son). Curley's wife first appearance in the nov...
  • John George Diefenbaker
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    The figure, the face, and the voice of John George Diefenbaker are more familiar to more Canadians than those of any other Canadian in history. Diefenbaker never gave up. He wanted Canada to be the best it could be. John George Diefenbaker's dream of becoming the Prime Minister of Canada never changed, but as he grew up his life changed, and with all of the challenges John G. Diefenbaker followed his dream and made it to the top. In 1910 the Diefenbaker moved to Saskatoon where John and his brot...
  • John Proctor And David Merrill
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    There are times in one's life when a person must make great sacrifices in order to do that which is morally just. John Proctor, from the play The Crucible by Arthur Miller, and David Merrill, from the movie "Guilty by Suspicion", which was directed by Irwin Winkler, both choose to make the morally correct decisions, and they both suffered the consequences for doing so in an era of mass hysteria. During the Salem Witch Trials of 1692, described in the play The Crucible by Arthur Miller, John Proc...
  • John Proctor
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    John Proctor decided death was an honorable ending to the accusations of witchcraft as compared to being a man of no self-respect, becoming a martyr made him believe that his sins had been absolved. Proving his devotion to god became difficult when his morals were-stressed upon the start of Minister Parris's term. Inevitably, his lack of religious devotion prompted question upon him when Abigail accused his wife of sending her spirit out. These events stressed the orientation of John Proctor in ...

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