Dear my lovely husband John, Today I am writing to you, thinking about all of our lovely memories we have had in Salem as a wonderful married couple. I am writing this letter to you because I wanted to day my last few words to you before you are hanged. How did everything go from having a lovely life to, you being sentence to death because you confessed about being In contact with the devil? Also, I feel this Is completely my fault, and I am the breakdown of our family.
I have a lot of regrets from our marriage that I caused. I et Abigail get the best of me, and it ruined our marriage and now I am not going to have a husband anymore because you are going to die. I really regret our fight in our house after you got home. I remember me telling you that Mary Warren was In Salem, and that she was an official of the court. Then you told me that you had a moment with Abigail Williams. I just felt my heart was stabbed, and went through my whole body.
I thought you might have forced yourself upon her, but I should have trusted you, and know that you would never commit adultery. I regret the way I reacted when oh told me that because, I should have been a lot calmer and knew that you loved me. I am very glad that you were honest and told me up front that you were alone with Abigail. Hated the emotion on your face, when I was taken away with Rebecca Nurse, and Martha Corey. It made me sick to my stomach that I was leaving my family, and most of all leaving my other.
I blame myself for being accused as a witch. And that’s where the downfall of our marriage went. I know you were trying to clear my name in court, and trying to save me from being accused as a witch, but I feel you dint need to confess yourself of being a witch, when you were never one to start with. I know you are very worried about me In Jail, but I was not going to confess In court about me being a witch, when it is not true.
Before you die, I Just want you to know how much I love you, and how you meant the world to me. I know you risking your life to save mine, which I feel that is very brave of you. I love you! With love from your wife, Elizabeth Proctor
Dearest Elizabeth, I just want say that was a very thoughtful letter from my lovely wife. I don’t want oh to blame yourself for anything, that you feel you are a fault for. I feel that I did not do a very good Job at being a very good husband towards you or being a good father to our kids. (John Proctor Essay)
I blame myself because I tried to save you from being accused as a witch and I now I am being sentence to death. I don’t want to leave you, and our kids. I love you so much! Also, I regret having that fight with you. I never meant anything I said about your attitude “being frozen as beer”. I regret having that moment with Abigail, because I had a gut feeling in stomach the whole time that bad hinge might happen.