Saturday, October 12, 2019
John Hale from the Crucible Essay -- Essay on The Crucible
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 the character of John Hale and describe what just makes him so dynamic. At the beginning of act one we only hear about John Hale and can only make judgment upon what is said about him. From that information given we can draw some conclusions about John Hale. First of all he is a just man, which never changes throughout the entire story. We can also tell that he is a self-taught Ã¢â¬Å"expertÃ¢â¬ on witches, and believes that anyone can fall under the control of Satan. It is a quote from John Hale in the Crucible that explains this Ã¢â¬Å"until an hour before the devil fell, God thought him beautiful in heavenÃ¢â¬ (858 Miller). Now I will look later into the story and look into how Hale is slowly changing. Towards the end of the first act we finally get to see (or read) John Hale. Because of this there is some direct and indirect characterization by the author. We also get a look at Mr. Hales motives because of this. Ã¢â¬Å"Coming into Salem now, Reverend Hale conceives of himself much as a young doctor o...
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