Countdown to the Final Sacrifice
In The Search for Justice
Fear is the underlying cause for all the lies told in Arthur Millerís The Crucible. When a person can set aside fear when carrying out an action, they can be considered courageous. John Proctor is the character that fits that description. Unshaken by the possible consequences, he brings out Abigailís possible motive for claiming to see Elizabeth with the devil. He makes the
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have a chance at life. He was never threatened by the chance that he might be fighting alone or against the heads of the town. Even if someone was to give him death as a consequence for his actions, he would tell them to give him death, for he would not take back his acts. This all describes a man with endless courage and strength; one not intimidated or frightened by any number of possibilities.