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Arthur Miller's play, The Crucible, is an announcement to the 17th century witchcraft. The Crucible leaves John Proctor as a puritan, a husband, and a very respected man. His name is his prime possession. John Proctor is a predator and a villager who is confronted with extreme dilemma. He also commits adultery, which becomes his tragic flaw. Therefore he is to earn a decision to tell the truth and ruin his title or lie and rescue his most prized possession. By this John Proctor is depicted as a genuine, obstinate, and loyal man. Early on in the play John Proctor and Abigail Williams had an affair while Abigail was working at Proctor's home. Abigail believed that John really adored her, but for him that it was only desire. As the narrative continues, Abigail gets angry and turns on John accusing his spouse, Elizabeth Proctor, for witchcraft therefore that she could get closer to John. When John realizes that his spouse is put in danger by getting arrested by the court marshals, he is horrified. John is willing to perish for his wife because he knows that he's sinned. When John belongs court he says, "I'd free my.