Elizabeth's continuing mistrust of both john and Abigail.Elizabeth also believed that she was part of the reason John chose to have an affair with Abigail. She did not judge John, and remained loyal to him in spite of his events. Proctor does this too — he is against those who go against the 10 commandments and is willing to judge them, however, he has done so himself — with Abigail. Through this kiss he let Elizabeth know everything that he had been keeping in his heart during his time in jail in more. However, it is this love that torments Proctor and leads — eventually — to his death. Their actions and reactions towards one another prove that they are at odds with each other. She respected and trusted him to such an extent that she allowed him to decide when he would let the community know of his sin. In , the small town of Salem, Massachusetts, was sent into absolute turmoil. However, in all fairness, Elizabeth is still married to John and has tried very hard to forget about what has happened; John has not been awfully supportive in this — he seems to just get agitated with her discussing it. The tension is page 43 seems to calm down abit when Elizabeth and john discuss the fact that they are 14 people in jail awaiting trial. He somehow believes that in order to create a powerful court, his actions are justified. More conflict grows when miller allows john to become angry and find fault in Elizabeth.
I feel that this is because Elizabeth doesn't want to show that she is jealous or holding a grudge against john. He seems to momentarily treat people with little respect because of his pride.
Through the study of the critical texts I want to find out if Abigail cared about about the people of Salem and the main of all John Proctor. Elizabeth Proctor was asked to accuse her husband of lechery.
After months in jail, Elizabeth Proctor was called into the courtroom to answer a series of questions that could determine the fate of her husband, herself, and Abigail Williams.
John Proctor also loves his wife deeply.
This could be seen as a strength, as John would rather have no life than a life with his name and children associated with the accusations of witchcraft and deceit; he dies for his name, which in my opinion, is an extremely courageous thing to do.
Elizabeth the suggests to john that he must go to Salem and expose Abigail as a fraud. Perhaps this is to do with her insecurities as a person — which I feel are partly caused by John Proctor since his affair with Abigail.