crucible act two



The Crucible Act Two


To confess to corruption is to sentence your soul to hell, however if you confess to your self, you in turn hold what is rightfully yours, your unflawed name.
John Procter was a truthful man that wouldn’t just confess to any situation. He had clear characteristics and virtues. Because he was an honest man and didn’t want his family name to hold the blemished name of witchcraft. So he did what he thought was right and he refused to confess. He was set in his was of not corrupting his family and friends and he didn’t want to go down as lying only to save his own neck, by confessing to witchcraft.
I agree with his choice to be killed rather then confess to something that is entirely false just to save his own neck. Especially with his reputation to the town as a honest truthful and loyal man.




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