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Mr Reverend Hale had a very controversial role in moving the story to the end how it had happened Beside the other three main characters Mr Proctor Elizabeth and Abigail he was fourth biggest person who influenced the happenings the most However while the main characters played a kind of a passive role he always wanted to be in the middle of attention He was a very proud man but naive as well He though that himself is an expert in the mysterious world of witches a tight-skinned eager-eyed intellectual This is a beloved errand for him on being called here to ascertain witchcraft he has felt the pride of the specialist whose unique knowledge has at last been publicly called for This bad self-conscious brought to attention the witchcraft The role of his character is a good example how a not completely reliable person can mislead a whole community Mr Hale played a crucial part in starting the witch trials and initiating the madness in the town of Salem Though he was the one who accused the girls of being witches and trying to get their testimony he was always seeking the truth He did not intend to make such a huge conflict between the villagers Abigail used his willingness of believing in mystic creatures like witches she realized that he can be misled easily Moreover through his convincing personality everybody in the town can be misled too Therefore the madness was partly happened due to his intervention because the others should have not listened or believed to him Hales goodness and naivety was shown through his enlightenment After he had realized his wrong decision he strived for persuading all the innocent citizens to confess cooperation with the evil that they obviously had never done He did not take into account the peoples feeling of proud ness he was only thinking in terms of life and death He had never though the shame that
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