crucible - Murdock Zak Murdock Mrs Jacobs Period AB 1 The...

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Murdock Zak Murdock Mrs. Jacobs Period AB 10-16-06 The Crucible by Arthur Miller is a very intense and emotional play. Throughout the play the personalities of many characters are vividly displayed through the powerful scenes. However there were a few characters that seem to have undergone a change throughout the play. One of the few characters happens to be Reverend John Hale. Reverend Hale was summoned from a nearby town because of his knowledge in the area of witchcraft. When Reverend Hale is introduced to the audience he is portrayed as a very intelligent man who seems to be very sure of him self. However, near the end of the play, Reverend Hale’s sureness seems to fade away. Reverend Hale is very much so against the idea of witchcraft. He is a very educated man on this matter, therefore believes that if anyone could identify the presence of witchcraft it would be him. Not only does Reverend Hale believe this of himself, Reverend Parris does as well. Reverend Parris feels that the Reverend Hale’s judgment is
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