Changing Characters in "The Crucible", by Arthur Miller.
In Salem, Massachusetts, witch trials begins to erupt as allegations are made on typical rivals. Arthur Miller portrays this event as a preposterous segment in our nation's history in his work called "The Crucible". In this extravagant play, Reverend Hale and Elizabeth Proctor take part in a drastic development that affects their entire role.
Reverend Hale distinctively alters his perspective of the situation of the witch trials throughout the play. He first approaches the reader in the beginning as a very haughty and selfish minister by proclaiming he will "find [the Devil] out ... and me…
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