"The Crucible" Act 3
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Proctor confesses to his adultery, but his wife lies to save his good name. He is ultimately condemned by Mary Warren and he is arrested.
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How is John Proctor's confession sence of irony
It's ironic because he cares a lot about his name in the town and he confessed to a sin, which is a disgrace to his name
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