The Crucible Essay | Courage in The Crucible

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Courage in The Crucible

Summary: The Crucible - theme: courage
The Crucible, by Arthur Miller, has many key themes, but the theme that had the most significant effect on the reader was courage. Many characters show courage throughout the play. Reverend Hale courageously denounced the court because he knew they were wrong. Giles Corey shows courage by not revealing the name of person that had overheard Putnam's plot to put away Jacobs. Finally, John Proctor shows courage by not signing the confession that would have saved his life. Each of these characters bravely stood up for what they believed in because they knew it was the right thing to do.

Reverend Hale is an extremely courageous character in The Crucible. On page 126, Hale stated, "I denounce these proceedings. I quit the court!" This is really shocking. It shows great bravery and initiative on his part. He knows the events within the court are unjust and morally...

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