The Crucible Essay | Dynamic Characters in "The Crucible"

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Dynamic Characters in "The Crucible"

Summary: The dynamic characters in "The Crucible," a play by Arthur Miller.
In the play the Crucible written by Arthur Miller, John Proctor, a strong independent man, Elizabeth Proctor, a strong willed and good person who is married to John Proctor and Reverend John Hale, a priest from another town determined to vanquish evil and witchcraft become dynamic characters. This means that their characters make big changes throughout the play. Rev. Hale starts out as a naive man who soon realizes that he doesn't know everything. John Proctor good person on the outside and is troubled on the inside soon the inside begins to show. Elizabeth Proctor starts as cold and non-affectionate and she soon starts to forgive John and becomes more affectionate. Reverend is the one who makes the biggest change.

In Act I Reverend Hale comes in from another town and has become quite an expert on exterminating witch's and witchcraft, but he soon doubts...

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