How Did Reverend Hale Change In The Crucible

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Zach Quigley
Ms. Hempstead
English 12

everyday, people's thoughts change. For example, politics, people's thoughts on politics can change. in the play, The Crucible, Reverend Hale's Thoughts over witchcraft in salem changed.
To begin, reverend Hale in the beginning of the play, reverend hale was determined to get to the bottom of what's going on in Salem. To begin, When reverend hale went to salem he was very confident. Reverend Hale, knew a lot about witches and spirits. Hale took witchcraft very seriously, he believed there was actually something going on in salem. Next, Hale is determined to get to the bottom of what is going on. When hale gets to salem, he is very tired and has very little motivation. Lastly, Hale believes the girls on witchcraft. Hale believes the girls on what they are saying and who they are accusing. Hale believes the girls because he is excited to get a jump start on his case of witchcraft in salem.
Next, Reverend hale at the end of the play, Hale returns to salem to help people. Initially, Hale comes back to salem to try and save the people accused. He tells them that he does not think god
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To begin, when hale arrives in salem his books show how much he knows about witchcraft. As the play progress he starts to notice that the events in salem are not witchcraft. He notices that it is just people accusing other people they do not like. Next, Hale goes into salem confident it is witchcraft. When hale arrives in salem, he believes the girls and what they are saying about witchcraft and the people they are accusing. As the play progress and people confess he starts to notice that what people are saying and accusing people of is not true but just getting to people they do not like. Lastly, At the end of act 3, Hale quits the court. Hale quit the court because he knew that a lot of innocent people were getting killed for not confessing to a crime they did not
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