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    John Hale from the Crucible

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    John Hale, from the Crucible Dynamic, Reverend John Hale needs only this one word to describe him. That is what separates Hale from any other character in the Crucible, while most characters are entirely static, with the exception of Elizabeth. That is why I consider him to be the best, and most flushed out character in the Crucible. In this report I will describe and analyze the character of John Hale and try show why his is the best character in the Crucible. In the first paragraph I will analyze

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    Reverend John Hale

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    get rid of fear. Reverend John Hale was called to Salem because of his knowledge on witchcraft. Reverend John Hale was a Sensible man, who began to doubt the veracity of witnesses in the Salem Witch Trials, and became fearful in what his authority had set in motion. Reverend John Hale was summoned to Salem because Reverend Parris wanted him to examine his daughter Betty. Reverend Parris heard about what Reverend John Hale did in Beverly Massachusetts; Reverend John Hale was asked to search for witchcraft

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    One particular character Miller focuses on is Reverend John Hale. Hale first appears in Act One, when the citizens of Salem summon him for his expertise on witchcraft. His presence sparks the witch hunts within Salem. Hale goes from being the main accuser and the investigator to later condemning the witch trials and the court’s rulings. Miller displays this change of view through the use of commentary, dialogue, and stage directions. Hale is portrayed at first as being the

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    furnace. However its connotations include melting pot, in the symbolic sense, and the bearing of a cross. Elizabeth, John Proctor’s wife; a cold, childless woman who is an upright character who cannot forgive her husband’s adultery until just before he died: she is accused of being a witch. Reverend Hale, a self-proclaimed expert on witchcraft; at the play’s end tries to save the accused. John Proctor, a good man with human failures and a hidden secret, a affair with Abigail, he is often the voice of reason

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    John Hale in the Crucible

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    Page 39 of the Crucible by: Arthur Miller, a minister named John Hale is describing the things the Devil can do to people. At this point in the book he has come to the town of Salem to rid it of witches, who are people believed to be possessed by the Devil. He believes that the Bible is law and spreading God’s light is his Christian duty. Abigail Williams, a seventeen year old girl, has just cried witchcraft on a maid named Tituba. Hale implies to Tituba that her options are to confess to being

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    undergo the most change throughout this play is John Proctor the farmer, Elizabeth whom is John’s wife, and Reverend Hale the supernatural expert. Elizabeth is John’s wife who fell ill months before. During this time she and John have started to become farther and farther from each other, beginning a cold relationship. They are pleasant to each other and John takes care of her in every way he can, but this lack of affection is one of the reasons John ended up having an affair with their servant,

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    The Great Turnaround

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    Reverend John Hale. Reverend Hale knows he has the power to hang witches and has done it many times before. The people of Salem know this and break under the pressure of having Reverend Hale bombard them with such leading questions in act one that they just start accusing other to save their own life. Tituba gets accused by Abigail then Tituba confesses and lies that she is working with the devil. This causes all of the young girls to take an easy way out and accuse others. Reverend Hale doesn’t just

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    relationship. One of the main characters, John Proctor, has pride in his beliefs of purifying the Church of England. His wife, Elizabeth, has pride in her ability to use the trials as an ultimate revenge against Abigail Williams. John Hale is the “expert” on witches his pride springs from his extensive knowledge, but later in the play he recants and loses all his respect. Hale is the chemical that cause the conflict to come into full swing between Elizabeth and John Proctor. Elizabeth Proctor is first

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    characters display this need to change more than any others. The first person is John Procter, who changes somewhat through the play. The second is Abigail Williams, who attempts to change the people around her. And the third is Reverend John Hale, who changes quite dramatically through the play. All of these characters recognize that change is needed, but approach the problem from different perspectives. John Procter is the first person to change in the play. In the beginning of the play

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    Mean Spirit

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    observes everything around him and writes it down in his journals. Stace Red Hawk is a Sioux Indian that works for the FBI. He became a federal agent in hopes of helping the Native Americans and protecting them from being taken advantage of. John Hale is a tall, lanky white rancher and oilman. He is trusted by the Indians, and seems to be a generous and helpful person. Watona was a small Indian town that prospered due to the rich rivers of oil flowing beneath it. As part of the Dawes Act, each

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