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What commandment does Proctor forget in the crucible?

What commandment does Proctor forget in the crucible?


What does Proctor vow at the end of Act 2?

at the end of Act II Mary Warren and John Proctor are alone ,what is his plan? to come clean and confess and why Abigail is doing what she is doing.

What are the 10 Commandments in the crucible?

Honor thy father and thy mother, that thy days may be long upon the land which the Lord thy God giveth thee. Thou shalt not kill. Thou shalt not commit adultery. Thou shalt not steal.

What is her relationship like with her husband Proctor?

For the most part, John and Elizabeth Proctor’s relationship is strong and loving. But considerable strain has been placed upon their marriage by John’s affair with Abigail Proctor. Nevertheless, although Elizabeth no longer completely trusts John, she does everything she can to protect his reputation.

Why is Elizabeth agony?

Answer: Elizabeth is in agony because she doesn´t want to admit she already knows about Proctor´s relationship with Abigail. Explanation: Elizabeth is being questioned by Danforth about whether or not she suspected that Proctor (her husband) had been cheating on her with Abigail.

Which commandment does John Proctor forget when Reverend Hale quizzes him?

Thou shalt not kill

Who broke the Ten Commandments in the crucible?

John Proctor

Who holds the most power in the crucible?

Abigail Williams

Who has the most power in the crucible Act 4?


Who is the strongest character in the crucible?

Elizabeth Proctor

How does Elizabeth Proctor feel about Abigail?

Elizabeth Proctor feels antagonistic toward her former servant Abigail, who had an affair with her husband, calling her “something soiled.” Elizabeth, who is morally upright and a bit cold, won’t sit near Abigail at church.

What happens to Elizabeth at the end of Act 2?

They find a needle in the doll Mary gave Elizabeth that corresponds to the needle that Elizabeth’s familiar spirit supposedly used to stab Abigail. Elizabeth goes with them peacefully after realizing she can’t prove her innocence. John angrily insists that Mary must tell the court Abigail is lying.

Why did Elizabeth lie in court?

In this case, Elizabeth is lying because she does not want to hurt her husband and his good name. She does not want him to get in trouble for what he did. In a similar way, John is telling the truth because he wants to help Elizabeth (along with other people). He wants to stop the Court from continuing the witch hunt.

Why does Elizabeth lie about John’s lechery?

Elizabeth assumed that she was doing good by, ironically, lying to the court. She most probably believed that the accusation of lechery had been brought by Abigail and that she would clear his name if she lied. Furthermore, she wished to present an image of a loyal husband and father who was righteous.