One of the greatest aspects of Arthur Millers "The Crucible" was his ability to make a complete transformation of the characters from beginning to end. From the beginning of the play we were told of Reverend John Hales experience in witchcraft and his strong confidence in oneself. As the play goes on, we the readers witness a complete alteration of character. The power in which he possesses begins to blind his judgement, goodness, and sensibility,
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in Salem was one that no person should ever have to do. He was faced with many tough decisions, ones in which he unknowingly made the wrong choice, and when he tried to fix his mistakes, only made them worse. Hale was, for the most part, a good mad who at times was too confident in his abilities, and instead of ridding the town of witches, he came across as being selfish and power hungry.