The Crucible Essay | The Crucible: Analysis of Reverand Hale

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The Crucible: Analysis of Reverand Hale

Summary: Essay provides an analysis of Reverand Hale from "The Crucible."
Reverend John Hale is a minister from Beverly who is called to Salem by Rverend Parris to investigate the situation. He is about forty years old and has a strong belief in the authority of the church. He considers himself the authority on such matters as witchcraft. His view on the authority of the court changes as he later learns that the law is not always right, just because it is the law. Reverand Hale ends up siding with John Proctor.

Hale is very knowledgeable in the matters of witchcraft, but has no actual experience in dealing with it. Hale is extremely interested in witchcraft and it is very satisfying for his intellect to follow the case in salem."With a tasty love of intellectual pursuit:"(39). From when Hale first comes into the play he is looked at as a powerful figure. His authority...

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