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Last Updated: 28th May 2024

What are the conflicts that plague John Proctor at Act I's end?

She refuses, because abigail would either kill her or accuse abigail of witchcraft. What conflict will john proctor have to face at the act 's end? He must reveal the affair. He must make the affair public to protect his wife.

It is also important to find out how many days passed between Act 1 and Act 2.

8 days

What is the principal conflict in Act 1 of the Crucible? Mary Warren, Abigail, and Mercy are also at odds. Mercy suspects Mary will reprimand them for their actions in the woods. Mary encourages Mercy and Abigail to dance, since they will "only be whipped" for it.

And, of course, with whom is John Proctor in conflict?

He has made a vow to his wife and himself that Abigail's affair is over. Abigail, however, is determined to be his wife. He struggles to forgive Elizabeth. Proctor is also in conflict with Putnam because of his greed for power, control and land.

What did John Proctor learn about himself through this act?

John discovers that he needs to be more honest about his past actions. Even when Reverend Hale asked him to recite his commands, he refused to admit that he had committed adultery.