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Evolution of Hale

Summary: A description of the change that takes place in Reverend Hale of Arthur Miller's The Crucible.

John Hale in Arthur Millers "The Crucible" plays a key role in representing a the real sense of justice in the play. He first enters the play when he is called upon by Reverend Paris to examine the possibility of witchcraft in Salem. Paris has summoned him without the consent of the society, making it keenly obvious that Paris feels it is of utmost importance that he arrive as soon as possible. Hale is very eager to be summoned on such a mission for he feels that his talents are finally being put to good use, and that all the studying he has done to learn of witchcraft has finally paid off. Reverend Hale enters the play with a sense of a great holiness in his work, but loses some of this holiness when he tries to fix what he has done. He undergoes a great change...

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