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John Proctor and Elizabeth's Relationship At the beginning of the play John speaks about Elizabeth once to Abigail. Abby has stated that Elizabeth was a cold and ailing wife. John says to her that she has no right to talk of his wife in such a manner and renounces the remark about her being ailing. He does not, although, blow off Abby's charge that Elizabeth is a cold wife. But, he means it's for him that she is this way. In the beginning of Act two there was a excellent sense of detachment and anxiety in the Proctor household. We see John attempting to start a conversation with Elizabeth and that she simply gives him short answers to please him. Then the tide turns into her questioning him and he is the one which becomes brief with her because she is requesting that he go to Salem and acknowledge that Abigail is liar. To do that, though he should confess his sin. During the majority of the scene they are unsure of each other. She does not quite trust him, but she adores him. Proctor believes himself to be an abomination in his own eyes and in accordance with his own high standards and especiall...