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  • Selfless or Selfish the question of "The Crucible" by Arthur Miller this could be an a paper if you put in cites from the book check spelling and grammar it is not 100% accurate

     

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ID number:972106
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Published: 06.05.2004.
Language: English
Level: Secondary school
Literature: n/a
References: Not used
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John Proctor died and left his loving wife, children, and still unborn child for honor. Proctor's actions could be seen as selfless of selfish.
Proctor's wife and children were left so that a name would not be tarnished. Proctor wanted his children to have a father and a name they could be proud of. He didn't want his unborn child to be shunned even before it was born.
In 1692 honor in God's eyes was extremely important. Proctor was not going to sign a paper that said he had made a deal with the devil; because that in it's self maybe seen as making a deal with the devil to keep him fro…

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