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If the Salem witch trials actually had witches maybe everyone that died actually had something to die for The Crucible by Arthur Miller shows you examples of what people had to go through from both sides Reverend Hale a minister goes through a change from being a holy minister trying to save Salem from witches to being a minister who is trying to save the accused witches John Proctor a farmer went from a man who lied to a man who refused to lie even if it meant he had to die Throughout the book you see how the Salem Witch Trials changed these two charactersWalking into Salem John Hale is a man who is very experienced with the devils markings A crowd greets him asking questions to see if their loved ones are marked by the devil John Hale is excited to show off what he has been studying for years He almost boasts that he has books that exposes all the invisible world and all the disguises the Devil has Act 1 pg39 You can say Hale is ready to protect Salem and excited to show off what he knows about the devil As the story progresses he realizes the court is believing everything Abi Williams and the girls say so Hale decides to meet the people being accused Hale knows Proctor is innocent but he wants him to confess to save his life During his conversation with Proctors wife he admits he mistook his duty in their village and he messed up letting the court murder the people in addition he begged Elizabeth Proctor to make her husband confess to the lie so he can live Act 4 pg132 He went from saving Salem to saving the witches of Salem This reinforces that Salem changed him by showing he switched sides John Proctor was never proud to lie to anybody After Proctor gets home after speaking with Abi
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