In the playwright, The Crucible, by Arthur Miller, many of the main characters change immensely over the course of the book. One of these characters included Elizabeth Proctor. At the beginning of the play, she is a cold hearted woman, who towards the end becomes a loving wife. John Proctor, Elizabeth's husband, also changes significantly. At first, he minds his own business; later on, he becomes very involved with what goes on in
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end. The most apparent changes occurred to Elizabeth, John, and Hale. Elizabeth realizes it was really her fault that John cheated on her. John realizes he had to forgive himself before his wife could. Lastly, Hale begins believing that witchcraft existed, to not believing in it at all. They all change for the better, even if it came too late for some of them. All in all, the changes that occurred to them were significant.