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  Elizabeth Proctor   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-24)
'''Elizabeth Proctor''' was an indirect victim of the Salem Witch Trials whose husband, John Proctor, was executed; however, Elizabeth herself was not actually hanged.
Elizabeth Proctor is portrayed as a very pious woman; however, she and her husband don't always attend church services, which makes Reverend John Hale suspect that they may be involved in witchcraft.
Elizabeth is taken away to jail and it is up to her husband to defend her.
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 GradeSaver: ClassicNote: The Crucible Study Guide
Proctor answers that he does not believe that there are witches in Salem, but Elizabeth denies any belief in witches, for the Devil cannot own a woman's soul when she keeps an upright way.
Elizabeth Proctor is intensely suspicious of her husband, worrying when he arrives at home late for dinner and adopting a condescending tone when her husband admits that he was momentarily alone with Abigail Williams.
Still, if Elizabeth Proctor adopts a tone of moral superiority it is because she is in a significant sense the superior of her contemporaries, with an unwavering belief in the capability of persons to remain moral.
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 Googlism : when is elizabeth proctor
elizabeth proctor is a bitter woman who has been hurt deeply by her husband and her pride adds more strain to the already unstable relationship
elizabeth proctor is able to carry the intensity of a woman betrayed by her husband
elizabeth proctor is accused of being a witch
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 WowEssays.com - The Crucible: Literal Vs. Literary
Proctor calls upon the court to summon his wife to verify his faithlessness, swearing “there are them that cannot sing and them that cannot weep---my wife cannot lie.
The love that John and Elizabeth Proctor have is first put to the test by Proctor’s infidelity and later as they try to uphold their values as their community succumbs to the hysteria of the accusations of witchcraft.
As Proctor and Elizabeth take bold steps to speak up for what is right and true for their community, their best qualities come to the forefront and they come to recognize all that is good and enduring about their love.
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 Salem Witch Trials of 1692
John and Elizabeth Proctor were found guilty of witchcraft and they were scheduled for execution on August 19, 1692.
Since Elizabeth was pregnant at the time, she was given a reprieve until she would give birth to the baby, thereafter, she would be executed.
Elizabeth Proctor and her children were released from prison in November 1692.
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 123Student
John Proctor’s past adultery with Abigail Williams could be considered partially responsible for John Proctor and Elizabeth Proctor being accused of being witches in Arthur Miller’s "The Crucible".
One obvious reason Abigail Williams has for blaming John Proctor’s wife, Elizabeth Proctor, of witchcraft, is the fact that she is madly in love with John Proctor.
John Proctor’s past adultery with Abigail Williams is of course not the only factor that is responsible for him and his wife being accused of being witches, but it is one though that started it all.
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 Player Bio: Elizabeth Proctor :: Women's Basketball
Elizabeth Proctor is in her fourth season working as the strength & conditioning coordinator for the Rhode Island women's basketball program.
Proctor spent the summers of 2000 and 2001 as the as the strength & conditioning coach for the WNBA's New York Liberty.
Proctor graduated from Southern Connecticut State with a bachelor's degree in exercise science and minor in nutrition.
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 The Crucible- Study guide
She accuses Elizabeth Proctor because she(Abigail) had an affair with John Proctor and feels he still has feelings for her.
He had an affair with Abigail, but after Elizabeth is accused by her, he no longer has feelings for her and realizes how many feelings he has for her.
A doll is found in the Proctor's house and this is overwhelming evidence that she is a witch.
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 Salem witch trials - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Several others, including Elizabeth (Bassett) Proctor and Abigail Faulkner were convicted but given temporary reprieves because they were pregnant (Chronology).
Lois the Witch by Elizabeth Gaskell is a novella based on the Salem witch hunts and shows how jealousy and sexual desire can lead to hysteria.
Elizabeth Procter and Sarah Cloyce for an example of one of the primary sources of this type)
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 The Proctor Family - Salem Witch Hunt
The Family of John Proctor of Salem MA John Proctor was born in England and grew up in Ipswitch MA.
In 1692 there were 5 children [in the home of John Proctor], 3 old enough "to speak their mind", the youngest where age 3 and 7.
His wife Elizabeth was pregnant with another child, which saved her from hanging.
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 elizabeth proctor is a bad wife in the crucible: essays-termpapers.com- essays, term papers, research papers on file
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 Anti Essays : Free Essays on The Crucible Essay   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-24)
Elizabeth Proctor is one of these people, who undergoes a major change because of the events that occurred in Salem.
Elizabeth was wrong in her judgement of him, and it hurt not only John, but also both of them.
Elizabeth probably felt that what she did to John was very similar to what the people were doing to her.
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 WowEssays.com - The Crucible- Injustice
Proctor realises what Abigail is trying to do, and feels remorse, as he is partly at fault for his relationship with Abigail.
Elizabeth is called in to secure these claims, but does not admit to John being an adulterer, to save his reputation and to protect him.
Elizabeth Proctor realised the meaning of his name to him, realising that his name was all he had left to keep him whole.
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 Crucible Essays - Free Essays - Revenge in The Crucible
John Proctor, one of the towns people and husband of Elizabeth Proctor, was having an affair with Abigail Williams, one of the girls who danced in the woods on that night.
Elizabeth found the needle before the needle found her and accused Abigail for doing that on purpose.
Through this situation it is known that Abigail was trying to get revenge on Elizabeth Proctor for marrying John Proctor, because she is in love with John and feels that she has to get revenge on Elizabeth Proctor just for marrying John Proctor.
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 NovelGuide: The Crucible: Novel Summary: Act 2
Proctor releases her and reminds her of her duty to his family.
Proctor forbids her from returning to the court but Mary Warren insists she is doing God's work and when threatened further, reveals that Elizabeth herself has been accused.
Elizabeth realizes that it was Abigail (as does John) and that she means to take her place in the Proctor household.
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 LiteratureClassics.com -- Essay -- The Life of John Proctor in The Crucible
Proctor is never manipulated into believing something that he did not believe.
Elizabeth forgives John for having the affair, but she would always be hurt inside by her husband’s actions.
John Proctor was accountable because of the affair, but overall he was a good man who remained devoted to Elizabeth.
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 GradeSaver: ClassicNote: The Crucible - Quiz 1
It is ironic, for Reverend Hale is using ambiguous marks to define the devil's presense.
It is a veiled threat that Reverend Parris uses against Proctor for opposing him.
Elizabeth mentions this to John as he decides whether or not to admit to witchcraft, serving as an example of a friend who sacrificed himself for a greater good.
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 NovelGuide: The Crucible: Top Ten Quotes
But it is a whore's vengeance, and you must see it;… Proctor to the men of the court in his last attempt to save his wife and prove the dishonesty of the girls.
Elizabeth Proctor to her husband, explaining why Abigail would continue to pursue him though he had ended the affair.
Proctor after Mary Warren turns on him to save her own life and he finds himself suddenly condemned.
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 Salem Massachusetts Gen Web Project - Salem Narratives
Elizabeth was the daughter of Thomas Scudder and Elizabeth Lowers.
Proctor attended church in Salem and sat in the fourth row of seats.
Bayley claimed that Proctor caused painful blows to his chest as he was riding by the tavern.
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 The Crucible, a CurtainUp review
And while we've come a long way from the puritanical sexual mores that darkened John and Elizabeth Proctor's marriage and still prevailed in the 1950s, our high divorce rate proves that men and women still have trouble communicating with each other.
A number of local women are arrested and Elizabeth Proctor urges her husband to denounce Abigail as a fraud, even though it will mean exposing their marital problems.
Proctor agrees but revokes his confession, and the play ends with his going to the gallows with the others rather than to sacrifice his good name and live when the others can't.
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 The Crucible
The Proctor's servant Mary Warren arrives, and although forbidden to go to town, she has been attending the trial and is "crying out" with the other girls against the accused witches.
Proctor presents his case and a deposition by Mary Warren that she never saw Satan or any spirits and that the other girls are lying to Danforth.
Proctor, that the entire contention of the state in these trials is that the voice of Heaven is speaking through the children?" (Danforth, p.
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 :: rogerebert.com :: Reviews :: The Crucible (xhtml)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-24)
She is one of the naked moonlight dancers, and is furious because she was rejected by a repentant Proctor, and dismissed by Proctor's wife Elizabeth (Joan Allen).
As Proctor stands on the scaffold, making his moral stand, we are less than persuaded.
And as John Proctor, Daniel Day-Lewis has the task of making moral stands that are noble, yes, but somehow pro forma.
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 The Life of John Proctor in The Crucible -- Essay at LiteratureClassics.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-24)
It was clear during the years of the Salem witch trials that the Puritan authorities had abandoned all reason and logic.
In the novel, The Crucible by Arthur Miller, Proctor represents all who remained true to themselves and their morals.
Throughout the play, John Proctor remains honest to his wife and neighbors.
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 The Crucible: The Underlying Evils of Elizabeth Proctor
The result of her lying caused even more trouble when her husband was sent to the gallows.
Next, Elizabeth Proctor attempted to spread her lying ways to her vulnerable husband.
Her husband was faced with the decision of signing a “plea bargain” that could in fact save his life and at the same time kill his honest name.
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 Spectral justice / Mountain Xpress / Asheville, NC
The action of The Crucible centers on John and Elizabeth Proctor.
A recently ended adulterous affair between John and an employee (another startling parallel with today's headlines) is discovered by Elizabeth, but not discussed.
The "other woman," a young girl named Abigail Williams, is accused of witchcraft and, in turn, accuses many prominent citizens of Salem – including Elizabeth Proctor – of the same crime.
www.mountainx.com /ae/1999/0210crucible.php   (618 words)

  
 Proctor Family Genealogy Forum
Francis Proctor, Sr and Jr, Philadelphia 1776, Northumberland Co., PA 1790 - Robert Shaffer 7/17/06
Norris Proctor, b.May 1863, son of Cyrus and Eunice Proctor, of Lake Co., IL - Marge Rice 4/21/06
Jesse Proctor and Matilda Dixon - Ginger Dewberry 4/20/06
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 The Crucible: The Underlying Evils of Elizabeth Proctor Essays
In the play The Crucible, Elizabeth Proctor’s actions showed that she was a dishonest and bad wife who was worthy of being crucified.
All together Elizabeth Proctor was dishonest, conniving, and selfish.
The first bout of dishonesty which Elizabeth displayed was when she lied to the court.
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 Salem Witch Trials Timeline
John and Elizabeth Proctor, Rebecca Nurse, Sarah Cloyce, Martha Corey and Dorcas Good are sent to a Boston prison on this night.
An arrest warrant is issued for John and Elizabeth Proctor's daughter, Sarah.
An arrest warrant is issued for John and Elizabeth Proctor's son, Benjamin.
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 Women's Tennis Nearly Perfect On Opening Day of ITA Southeast Regionals :: 3 of 4 players from qualifying singles ...
Elizabeth Proctor did pick up a win over Tara Hartness of Wofford in the opening round, 6-2, 6-2, but dropped her second match of the afternoon to Paula Takahashi of Winthrop, 6-3, 6-0.
Wake Forest's doubles teams of Ashlee Davis/Katie Martzolf and Blakely Offutt/Elizabeth Proctor' both advanced with 8-2 and 8-6 victories, respectively.
Elizabeth Proctor (WFU) lost to Paula Takahashi (Winthrop); 6-3, 6-0
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