Three characters are impelled by their pride. Not Even Once.
When depicting a tragic hero, Aristotle states "The change in the hero's fortunes be not from misery to happiness, but on the contrary, from happiness to misery, and the cause of it must not lie in any depravity but in some great error on his part.
The Crucible is a play that recounts the times of this incident. Elizabeth impresses him; she really does practice the Christian principles of charity, kindness, and self-control that she professes to have.
Yes, Sir. Related accuser[ edit ] One other family member was drawn into the Trials, joining the accusers: year-old John DeRich, son of the imprisoned Bassett, and her husband, Michel DeRich, who had recently died.
She turns to him. Ann Putnam Jr.