The Crucible

Act II

At the end of Act II procure vows to prove his wife's innocence. Do you feel that his determination stems mostly from is guilty conscience or his love for elizabeth?

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I believe that both explanation are equally applicable. Let's face it, Abilgail accused Elizabeth to procure Proctor for herself. He may have ended their affair, but she wasn't ready for it to be over. None-the-less, I also believe that Proctor loved his wife.


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