An analysis of The Crucible. It analyzes the possibility of John Proctor being a tragic hero.
Tragic, Hero, or in Between
A tragic hero can be defined as one who is a stature of society, battles for issues, beliefs, events of great consequences, dies or suffers complete loss in other ways due to this battle, has a tragic flaw that, in part, causes his downfall, but in the end, is found to be worthy. Tragic heroes are found in most people of literature. In the playwright, The Crucible, by Arthur Miller, John Proctor is portrayed as the tragic hero. John Proctor demonstrates all the properties necessary to be considered a tragic hero.
John Proctor can be regarded as a tragic hero.…
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