The Crucible

The crucible act 2. Where is the climax of the act? Give evidence.

Proctor. Because it speaks deceit, and I am honest! But I'll plead no more! I see now your spirit twists around the single error of my life, and I will never tear it free!

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I think the climax of the act is when Elizabeth is taken away by the witch court. Proctors sins come crashing down on him. He sees Elizabeth as a martyr for not only the town but his own sins as well.