It becomes a terrible place where people are trying to burn eachother. Proctor has assured Danforth that his wife never lies. She feels he is taking her sin upon himself. Climax John Proctor told because he was trying to free his wife. With characteristic daring, Drake hijacked the latest shipment and returned to England, his ships' holds stuffed with booty. To save herself from being hanged as a witch, Mary Warren accuses John of witchcraft. Once they're alone, Proctor demands that Mary expose the other girls as frauds and promises to confront Abigail if he must.
Finally Proctor decides that he will confess himself. Abigail and Parris discuss rumors about the girls: when they were dancing one of the girls was naked, and Tituba was screeching gibberish. She holds this power over the judges because they fear the unknown and over the people because they fear for their lives which make them admit to a crime they are innocent of. Even Elizabeth 's prevarication could not stop Philip realizing that the English sympathized with the rebels, and that English privateers had cast greedy eyes on Spanish America. Putnam, Proctor, and Corey then begin arguing over property lines and ownership.
Harris's slave from Barbados, pressuring her to admit her association with Satan. When Elizabeth is charged with witchcraft, John sacrifices his pride in an attempt to save her - his pride which he held so dear, this shows the audience that he truly loves Elizabeth. Throughout the play, we come to see that Proctor is truly determined to atone for his sins, and feels desperately guilty. Five years later Drake carried out a thoroughgoing series of raids against several Spanish settlements and again returned home loaded with treasure. Elizabeth is a good woman known for never telling a lie.
Philip's Armada failed, partly through the wild, destructive weather in the English Channel, partly because of the deadly firepower of the new-style English galleons. By this time, Elizabeth had been Queen of England for 30 years - a long time to wait for some security. Well the reason is because. Even Elizabeth 's prevarication could not stop Philip realizing that the English sympathized with the rebels, and that English privateers had cast greedy eyes on Spanish America. Within a year, Philip had replaced the ships and stores. Miller also portrays Elizabeth's love for John by lying to try to protect him but this proved to be his undoing because John had told the court that his wife would never lie 'your wife you say is an honest woman - in her life, sir, she never lied'.
The survivors did not return to Spain until the end of 1588, having sailed round the British Isles and out into the Atlantic. He was angry that he had become blacklisted, so he wrote TheCrucible. One of the pivotal, most important. However, incidents like the knighting of Drake, as well as the failure of the plot to unseat Elizabeth, and English interference in the Netherlands greatly raised the temperature of Anglo-Spanish rivalry. He knows if his confession is nailed to the door he will be branded a liar, a witch and he will never be able to change it. John Proctor can be considered to be a very strong man.
However, incidents like the knighting of Drake, as well as the failure of the plot to unseat Elizabeth, and English interference in the Netherlands greatly raised the temperature of Anglo-Spanish rivalry. The ambitious English, however, dearly wanted to muscle in on the wealth of the New World to build up England's resources, and if legal trade came to an end, piracy would do. He emphasizes that his wife never lies. He is one of the. The base of the crucible has lesser diameter than the top. Political and economic opportunism motivated many of these suits, as was common with royal unions in Elizabeth's time. The dates for the trials and hangings were not accurate, nor were the times of the arrest warrants.
Their astounding achievements in exploring, conquering, and settling this huge area brought Spain so much wealth in gold, silver, and jewels that the currency of Europe had to be revised to take account of it. Denouement John Proctor decides not to confess. A substance is placed in the crucible. He had hounded his first wife, Catherine, to death; executed two others, including Elizabeth's mother, Anne Boleyn; and terrorized three of the other four. Proctor decides he wants to live and agrees to confess.
Just before his death, the ministers and officials of the court allow Elizabeth Proctor to speak to her husband. It is also a trial or test. The conflict is all the girls and Tituba were doing witchcraft ,but Abigail lied and said they were dancing in the woods. In the court, Francis Nurse gives a list of names of people who vouch for the accused; in response, the judges order that all on the list be arrested and brought in for questioning. However, Drake forced the Spanish to delay their attack on England by launching his most outrageous strike yet, against the Armada Philip was gathering at Cadiz.