The Crucible written by Arthur Miller is a play that deals with the Salem witch trials in the 1690s. The main character, John Proctor, goes through a crucible, or severe test of his own, as the witch trials are taking place. The witch trials occur because a group of girls from Salem accuse some of the townspeople of making pacts with the devil, or becoming witches. These girls were at first charged with being witches
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against authority and dies a man of integrity, a saint to all who know him.
John Proctor's crucible ends up being a very severe test. A test that takes his life. John Proctor goes through this test and comes out on top in his eyes and in the eyes of his wife. He takes a stand against the authority of the court and becomes an individual against society. He ends up a dying a saint.