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The Transformation of John Proctor
Everyone has a personality all their own; they have characteristics that make them who they are. However, there's one thing most have in common: a conscience. This conscience can bother a person so much that they change who they are. For example, John Proctor, a character in Arthur Miller's The Crucible, transforms during the play. Initially, John Proctor is a passive, secretive man with his own well-being in mind; however, as the play progresses, he becomes involved, thus displaying honesty about his faults and showing concern for the people around him.
Throughout the play, John exhibits…
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