There is many dynamic characters in several stories across the world of stories but we are going to talk about only one of them from The Crucible. His name is Rev. John Hale who came to salem to defeat witches or least find some but there was none to find or defeat just several people not happy with their lives.The categories are going to be are. How was he weak or ; how he was courageous, or how he spoke the truth in that order. The way where he was unbelievably weak are actually all threw out the
spread to others. Plays are conceptualized in terms of action and response. The dramatist, or the playwright with deep imaginative experience, enters ideally into the minds of all his characters and speaks from within them. His own reading of life cannot be extracted from the drama in which it is embodied; but
Miller’s The Crucible. It is said as a reminder that the times are unpredictable; one day someone is innocent and the next a witch. Everyone must bind together against the witch trails. The Crucible takes place in Salem, Massachusetts during the time of the Salem Witch Trials. Through the course of this play many are accused of being witches, and executed, by a group of girls. Miller’s ideas of the trials are expressed through the characters’ words and actions. Some of the main characters in the play
She’s a witch! Hang her, burn her at the stake, and kill her! These exclamations were said by many people in the town of Salem. The Crucible, written by Arthur Miller, talks of the experiences that occurred during this time. The main characters of the play are Reverend Parris, John Proctor, Abigail Williams, and Reverend Hale. The setting of the play is in a quaint little Puritan town known as Salem in Massachusetts. Reverend Parris stumbles his daughter and niece “conjuring spirits” in the forbidden
a problem. In the course of a lifetime, confidence in a belief continues to grow until a roadblock stops it and changes the way of thinking. Confronting a problem that contradicts a popular belief is presented in Arthur Miller’s character, Reverend Hale, from The Crucible. Reverend Hale has been called to Salem to examine Reverend Parris’s daughter, Betty, for precise signs of the devil. As the play draws out, Hale’s stance on the problem changes and contrasts his initial thought on the matter.