Name Instructor Course Number Date Body Biography about Elizabeth Proctor The heart should be placed in Elizabeth Proctor’s marriage to her husband John Proctor since despite her suspicions and revelation of the fact that her husband having an affair with Abigail Williams she still chooses to be supportive of was confessing her support for their marriage through the challenges. She can be associated with red due to her love for her husband and purple for her wisdom. Red signifies love and purple signifies wisdom and intellect. They best describe her characteristics. Works Cited Miller Arthur. The Crucible. Methuen Publishers 1953. [...]
THIS WILL BE A BODY BIOGRAPHY ABOUT ELIZABETH PROCTOR FROM THE CRUCIBLE BY ARTHUR MILLER. IT WILL NEED THE FOLLOWING : 1) THE HEART: where should it be placed. And what should it contain to represent what Elizabeth loves. 2)THE BACKBONE OR SPINE: this should be represented in a way that visually conveys what motivates Elizabeth proctor the most. Write a sentence explaining your symbol. 3) THE HANDS : what does she hold in both hands? Include items that are associated with her either literally or figuratively. 4) THE FEET: on what is she sanding? This should be symbolic representation of what she’s most fundamental beliefs anout life. Explain your choice. 5) THE BACKGROUND: draw at least 2 elements that suggest the caracter’s enviornment 6) QUOTATIONS: near the characters head, place 2 direct quotes from the story that sum up her and add to an understanding of her. Include quotations marks and an MLA citation. 7) Color: use at least 2 colors that most associate with her. Explain why you chose those colors.