S: John Proctor
FC: By: Jordan Van Etten
1: The Personal Journal of John Proctor
2: Narrative- detailing a short story of a significant even including setting, characters, time, sequence,and brief plot.
3: Dear Diary: today I went to Mr. Paris's home to see what the town was talking about. As I arrived I found my house keeper Mary Warren up there talking to Abigail Williams. I tell her to get home now. | As she leaves Abby gets wide eyed thinking I've come to see her. Abby begs for a kind word. I tell her to wipe it out of her mind, she does not understand I tell her we never touched Abby we never touched. At that moment Betty runs to the window screaming
4: Dear Dairy: I really wish i could take back my moment of sin with Abby away. This sin has changed me has changed my relationship with my wife who I love and care about. This sin has brought me nothing but pain and hardships in my relationship with my family. I feel a everlasting grief in my heart. After my wife found out about this lechering she put Abby on the highroad. My wife forgave me for my sin but I still feel that she marches a everlasting funeral around her heart. I wish only to please her but with this feeling of grief around my heart is horrible.
5: reflective: describing in detail what a significant event has meant to your character personally, how it has changed him or her personally; what important lesson did he or she learn from it; how will he/she apply it later in life?
6: persuasive entry: this entry will reflect your character's wishes for something (an action or person), and how he/she might write to obtain the wish.
7: Dear Diary: I have decided to go to court for my wife Elizabeth has been taken from me because Abby said she sent her spirit out on her. I will save my wife no matter what I know this is a punishment from God but i must say her. I will meet these judges and tell the truth. | For the truth will set my wife free from this hell i have brought her. If this has to be the last thing I have to do I will follow it through all the way no matter what. My wife will be saved and my friends wives will be saved. I swear it on my name.
8: Dear Diary: It has been a week sense Elizabeth was taken. I have convinced Mary Warren to come to the court with me tomorrow to plead my case to the court. All I intend to do is save my wife and my friends wives. I most keep telling Mary what the angel Raphael said. | "Do that which is good, and no harm shall come to thee". As we make are way to the meeting house we meet up with Fransic Nurse and GIles. Giles has written a disposition saying that Thomas Putnam made his daughter cry witch on John Jacobus.
9: narrative entry: detailing a short story of a significant event including setting, characters, time sequence, brief plot, and dialog's.
10: descriptive entry: using strong visual and sensory images to create a lasting impression on your reader. Anything can be vividly described-a room, a place, an object, a person , or an event which was significant to your character.
11: Dear Diary: As we entered the court room the rain trickled down my back and i felt a nervous knot in my stomach. I could see the fear in Mary's eye's as she barely made eye contact with any one in the court room. The court room was very dull have only a large table with three chairs as the stand with the risen podium were Ms. Paris preaches on Sunday. The first one to speak of my group is Giles shouting I have that these girl's are fraud. Danforth shocked from this outburst tells the other judges to call recess for one hour and storms out of the court room.
12: Dear Diary: This will be my last time writing in you for I'm am going to hang tomorrow for being a witch, which I am not. I feel the cold welcome of death getting ready to take me. I fight with myself as to lie and save myself or to be truthful and die tomorrow. It's eating from the inside out. I don't know how much more I can take. The cell where I'm kept is filthy and I can barely see the sky outside. This dark cell of life is now my realization in my own death. I only hope and pray to see my beautiful one last time before I head up the mud filled road to my own death.
13: descriptive entry: using strong visual and sensory images to create a lasting impression on your reader. Anything can be vividly described-a room, a place, an object, a person , or an event which was significant to your character.