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Relationships in the Crucible, and their impacts on the stor

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Transcript of Relationships in the Crucible, and their impacts on the stor

Relationships in "The Crucible"
The relationship that has the biggest impact on the story is that of John Proctor & Abigail Williams
The John and Abi's relationship effected the story the most because without this relationship the witch trials would have never started.This was an affair, that led to Abi becoming obsessed with getting back together with John.This obsession is what led to the girls practicing witch craft,and then inveighing others to save themselves.
John Proctor and Elizabeth Proctors shattered Relationship
John Proctor and his wife Elizabeth have a shattered relationship. Their relationship is like this because Elizabeth found out about John and Abis affair. Because their relationship is in such horrendous conditions, there is a lack of communication between John and Elizabeth, and the lack of communication is what evidently made Elizabeth lie for John, which indirectly sentenced him to death. But in the end, right before its to late, John and Elizabeth mend their broken relationship, and have one final kiss before he is put to death.
John Proctor and Rev. Hale
The relationship between John Proctor and Rev. John Hale is an interesting one. In the begging, Hale was indifferent to Proctor. But as the story proceeded Hale started to question Johns honesty and integrity. He elicits the Proctor family by questioning John about the Proctor family's christian life a John didn't know his commandments Hale became a bit skeptical. But in the very end Hale began believing Proctor, and began siding with him on the charges. By the end Hale was pleading with Danforth on Johns behalf, and expostulates John to admit to Witch Craft, so he could keep his life. This relationship is the most dynamic of them all it began as indifferent, then went to slight dislike, to distrust, to finally,approbation.
ABIGAIL, with a bitter anger: Oh, I marvel how such a strong man may let such a sickly wife be-
PROCTOR, angered-at himself as well: You'll speak nothin' of Elizabeth!
ABIGAIL: She is blackening my name in the village! She is telling lies about me! She is a cold, sniveling woman, and you bend to her! Let her turn you like a-
PROCTOR, shaking her: Do you look for whippin'? (P.202)
John Proctor and Abigail Williams
PROCTOR, with solemn warning: You will not judge me more, Elizabeth. I have good reason to think before I charge fraud on Abigail, and I will think on it. Let you look to your own improvement before you go to judge your husband any more. I have forgot Abigail, and-
ELIZABETH: And I.
PROCTOR: Spare me! You forget nothin' and forgive nothin'. Learn charity, woman. I have gone tiptoe in this house all seven month since she is gone. I have not moved from there to there without I think to please you, and still an everlasting funeral marches round your heart. I cannot speak but I am doubted, every moment judged for lies, as though I come into a court when I come into this house!
(P.65)
John And Elizabeth Proctor
In The Crucible there are many relationships present but only a few that majorly effect the story.These major impacts lead to death, either of one or of multiple.
Relationships in the Crucible, and their impacts on the story.
HALE, thinks, then: And yet, Mister, a Christian on Sabbath Day must be in church. Pause. Tell me-you have three children?
PROCTOR: Aye. Boys.
HALE: How comes it that only two are baptized?
PROCTOR, starts to speak, then stops, then, as though unable to restrain this: I like it not that Mr. Parris should lay his hand upon my baby. I see no light of God in that man. I'll not conceal it.
HALE: I must say it, Mr. Proctor; that is not for you to decide. The man's ordained, therefore the light of God is in him.
PROCTOR, flushed with resentment but trying to smile: What's your suspicion, Mr. Hale?
HALE: No, no, I have no –
Proctor: I nailed the roof upon the church, I hung the door-
HALE: Oh, did you! That's a good sign, then.
PROCTOR: It may be I have been too quick to bring the man to book, but you cannot think we ever desired the destruction of religion. I think that's in your mind, is it not? (P.219)
John Proctor and Rev. Hale.
Epitome about relationships.
Relationships have a strong influence on everyday life, whether that be everyday life, or through out history. Relationships not only include person to person but also nation to nation. One historical relationship that broke, and had a major impact was that of the British Empire, and the Colonies. The Colonies strongly depended on the British Empire, until the British started to tax the colonies heavily. This led to the Colonies deciding that they would ameliorate themselves by breaking away from the British. This break led to the Revolutionary War. In which the Colonies, now known as The United States of America, defeated the British Empire thus breaking the relationship. This break led to the U.S.A becoming its own nation. Then in only one hundred and thirty one years, the U.S.A became a world super power. Without this break we, as Americans, would still be under British rule, and would not have the freedoms we have now.
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