In Arthur Miller's play 'The Crucible', a character with the name of Reverend Hale was the only character who changed his beliefs during the story. Reverend Hale was brought in to Salem to take out the devil, and he came out that the whole devil thing was a fake.
<Tab/>In the first two acts of 'The Crucible' Reverend Hale came into Salem believing there was indeed witchcraft involved. It is known that Reverend Hale believed that because he signed many people to their deaths. Reverend Hale was also very uptight in the beginning against everyone who didn't believe that witchcra…
- Essay written about the hero of the play, The Crucible.
- The Crucible
- The Crucible. The question is how do greed and private motives of characters play a part in the novel and have consequences that extend into the lives of all the Salemites. Includes direct quotations.
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